Roxio appends an additional gap at the beginning and end of each track.
This basically creates a disc with longer tracks than the original CD so the ini file burried in your media players data doesn't recognize that disc because it doesn't match the distinctive "waveform"
(Number of tracks and length of each track in miliseconds) of the original disc
Many computer based media players only need to look up a given CD ONCE because once it it has looked it up on one of the various databases it "Remembers" what discs you have (even the older versions (7.0-up) of WMP do this... So do earlier (5.0-up) of Roxio CD creator.
IF you use something like EAC to make your copies I can tell you that Widows Media Player will never know the difference.
CD-Text can do the same thing but very few computer media players support the CD-Text function.
Not many car players do so either....
Mainly because on average only about 3-5% of commercially pressed CDs have CD-TEXT data on the disc to start with.
Frankly I started using EAC to insert CD-Text data onto my backup copies
(I REFUSE to carry originals in my vehicle) AND because the other software
I use all adds blank spaces and on some tracks that are "synchronized"
on commercial albums... I'm sure you can think of some tracks that blend
nearly seamlessly into each other without any gap at all
("Foreplay" and "Long Time" on the first Bostor album come to mind)