I purchased a music CD through Amazon, which also includes a bonus video track as well. When I insert the CD, the computer doesn't recognize any of the audio (aiff) files on the CD. When opening the CD image, the only thing displayed is the bonus video track in its mpg format. The video is 23.2MB in size, and if I click on "get info" for the CD image, it just tells me that its capacity is 669.7MB, with 669.7MB used, and 0KB available. The disc is a storebought (non-CD +/- R/RW/etc) CD which plays fine in other standalone CD and DVD players, so I know the aiff files *are* on there. I was hoping to maybe use Disk Utility to rip an exact copy onto my hard drive, but when I try to create a "new image" from the Disk Utility program, it asks me to select a location to put it, and once I try to start it, it immediately gives an error, "Unable to create 'disk2s0.dmg'-Input/output error." I know the files are on the disc, so how can I get them from the disc to the computer, in such a way that the computer can see them? I'm using: Powermac G4 (MDD), dual 1GHz 2GB DDR SDRAM Edit: OSX 10.4.11 The DVD superdrive specs: PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-104: Firmware Revision: A227 Interconnect: ATAPI Burn Support: Yes (Apple Shipped/Supported) Cache: 2000 KB Reads DVD: Yes CD-Write: -R, -RW DVD-Write: -R, -RW Burn Underrun Protection CD: Yes Burn Underrun Protection DVD: Yes Write Strategies: CD-TAO, CD-SAO, DVD-DAO Media: Media Type: CD-ROM Blank: No Erasable: No Overwritable: No Appendable: No Thanks in advance for any ideas!!!