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It's a 19 year old piece of consumer electronic originally introduced in 2000. Quick search shows it can play MP3 files, so I would look into how yours are formatted. It may not be able to do VBR files or something like that.

Personally I would try diagnosing the CD player by using a commercial CD with traditional audio tracks (Your local library has some if you don't have any). You could try compressed air to blow out dust inside but that's about it. Most 20 year old consumer electronics are not update able or very fixable when things go wrong.
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