Hey Garathor, this may sound like a stupid question, but Have you tried opening a media player on your PC first? (i.e., MusicMatch Jukebox, RealOne Player. etc.) Some of the newer CD's will open in a media player format, but give some trouble if you try to open them in a program with a copy format. I really don't understand why, especially when programs like Music Match and others have a burn format.
But if you can get it to play in a media player on your PC here is an old school approach that some have forgotten or did not know.
Open in the media player and see if it will list and play the tracks.
Save the tracks to a play list.
Open the play list up in your chosen media player.
Then save or burn the play list to a CD in the format you want. Usually in MP3, etc. (MP3 is my favorite as the newer CD players will recognize both standard CD and MP3 format)
I have used this tenique with several media players like MusicMatch, RealOne, and Winamp. When Cd's first started coming out with writeprotection, there were few CD/RW's systems that could not read them, but they would play in a media player. This trick worked.
Hope this helps.