Ripping CD in FLAC and playback issue 2020-01-31 19:51:58 Hey guys,First post here. Loads of great info here for Foobar2000 for a complete newbie like myself. I've been using iTunes for years and I just wanted to get away from it and so far Foobar is fantastic at keeping my music organised. Really enjoying it and finding my way around it. It's still a learning process. However, I'm having an issue ripping my CD's to FLAC and I'm hoping that someone can help me.When I rip the CD to Foobar as FLAC files, I keep getting the following error message come up1 out of 1 tracks converted with minor problems.Source: "cdda://02D4FC56" / index: 16 CD access error, attempting to reread. CD access error, attempting to reread.I only ripped this single song as I noticed when listening to this that the song skipped (same way a scratched CD would) and I deleted the file and ripped it again. This time, there is a very quick static/white noise sound for a fraction of a second before the track plays and the track sounds fine. This is on another CD as well and I got a similar message when ripping that.I've only ripped a few CD's which I purchased recently and all give this error but sound fine on playback.Is there something I'm missing here that's causing these strange noises and skips during playback? The CD's are brand new and not scratched or damaged. I rip the files as FLAC (level 5, which seems to be the default) and always get this or a similar message.Is there a component I'm missing or is there something I can check?I'm a complete newbie here so if there's anything I can try, I'm open to all suggestions.Thanks in advance!