Thank you for clarifying, that's very interesting that the Yamaha player can play the SACD layer, but the other 2 SACD capable units you have cannot. I suggest a disc authoring or other disc manufacturing anomaly causes that disc to be finicky. Somehow the laser mechanism in the Yamaha player is able to overcome it.Forgot to add that I upgraded SACDExtractGUI but it didn't change the result of trying to rip the Dalberg DaCapo SACD.
You might just try repeatedly loading the disc into the S5100 as described above by @NSBulk , it may just manage to read the SACD layer at some point, though if you were doing that in a rip attempt you won't get any visual indicator due to entering sleep mode (the display will not read SACD), so you'd just be left with attempting to Run the rip. Playing the disc (not ripping it) would give you the visual indicator of any successful read of the SACD layer, however in doing so you would not then be in the necessary sleep mode required to rip the disc.
I have never had that issue with any disc using any player model except my Pioneer BDP-80fd. The Pioneer units are known to be a little finicky with wanting to reject the SACD layer at times, mine every so often would do that, but on each occasion simply ejecting the disc tray and then closing it again solved it on the very next try.