You didn't follow the search instructions correctly ..... but never mind, the info is there .....
.. you could try installing kde-multimedia-audiocd-kio to see if it would make any difference ..... in truth this is more grasping at straws than any properly reasoned suggestion .....
The following might provide some information that would be useful to someone looking at this ..
in a terminal do the following two commands and copy & paste the complete terminal session in your next post. Thanks.
Adding the new thing didn't help and apparently I am not doing something right entering those commands--are those l (the letter L in lower case) at the beginning of the command? And the *, never seen a command use that (but then I have never seen too many and surely not all there are to see).
[danny@localhost ~]$ su
[root@localhost xxxxx]# ls/dev/cd*
bash: ls/dev/cd*: No such file or directory
[root@localhost xxxxx]# ls/dev/cd
bash: ls/dev/cd: No such file or directory
[root@localhost xxxxx]# ls/dev/dvd
bash: ls/dev/dvd: No such file or directory