CD Eject Lockup Of Mediaportal

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    Hi I'm new to this so hopefully I have provided all the info required. My issue is related to the lockup of Mediaportal after ejecting a cd. The steps below are how I produced it:



    1: Mediaportal set to Music Screen (or tv doesn't seem to matter)
    2. Insert cd with "cd set to autoplay"
    3. CD plays and let run for about 15 seconds
    4. Hit eject button (do not hit stop first)
    5. Mediaportal freezes with no actions available not even topbar
    6. Reinsert cd and cd autoplays
    7. Hit stop and error comes up with "unable to play track??.cda". Accept this error message and a new message appears with the next
    track number and then continuously loops through the track numbers without being able to escape from them
    8. Close Mediaportal and restart all ok

    Hoping you can help. Thanks.
     
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