I don't think your problem can be totally blamed on SuperLink, per se. There are too many issues involved, and blaming the symptoms on SuperLink is an oversimplification. I haven't seen a documented case yet where buffer underrun protection use was proven to cause an unreadable disc.
It is more likely that:
1. The CMC discs you are using are not of the best quality and may contain CRC errors.
2. CRC errors, if present, are not being picked up when the discs are read with a USB device.
Try reading the discs with the DVD-ROM and/or DVD burner with DMA temporarily disabled for those devices. Reboot before reading with the drives. The drives will revert to PIO mode, which does not do CRC error checking. This procedure may allow you to read the discs without error messages in other drives.
You should alway burn at the correct burning speed for the transfer protocol with good quality media. Read the first page of Media Compatibility With CD-RW Drives - Which Media Is Best?
to get some reports of media performance.