burned audio CD and regular CD players

What am I doing wrong? After I burn an audio CD, it plays great on my computer, but when I try to play it on a regular CD player, it acts like the CD is blank.  Is it possible my regular CD players are too old?  One is about 6 months old and it won't even play on it.  Thanks for any input--Sally
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Two things,

- After you burn the CD, you need to 'Lock' it so it can be played in a CD Player.  EZ CD Creator gives you this option after creating the CD.

-Some CD players have trouble skipping to the next track


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You can NOT use multi-sessions and you must close both the session and the disk when you burn it.

My program give me the option to lock the CD.
smassoAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I learned a lesson about closing and locking a session
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