you should use better software,exact audio copy is the best cd ripper (most accurate) its free too get it @ http://www.exactaudiocopy.de/eac6.html rip to uncompressed wav use burrrn to burn it which is also free http://www.burrrn.net/?page_id=4 or nero ,as for dont play on oridianry cd player i think you didnt burned it in the right way (not as audio cd), as for too fast/slow the ripped tracks play fine on your hard drive? if they do then i assume it doesnt work well on the cd because of the software you used to burn it with (media player) if they dont play fine on your hard drive then there are 4 possible reasons
a) if its an original cd it might have copy protection scan it with a-ray
if it will find any tell bout it and ill give instructions on how to rip it up,also when you first inserted the cd did it bring up a window with a license agreement?
b) scratches,some drives cant read scratched cds properly if thats the case then try with other drives or on a friends pc,but in some cases when there are extreme loads of scratches even if the drive is good at reading scratched cds it wont be able to rip some of the tracks or all of em
c) your burner dont like the media
d) the ripping software (media player)