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Dvd labels Hi What brand of dvd labels do I need to get ,to print out my own discs

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I would use Avery brand. Found at your local office supply store.
Neato DVD labels is another brand.
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Thanks, Joe

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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Your printer is not printing straight to a DVD, so you will have to buy self adhesive labels, print on them and then stick the label on the disc. Now, it all depends on what software you have available. Your might have software included with the Photosmart printer for CD/DVD label printing, check your installer CD that came with the printer. If you don't, and use Nero for burning DVDs, you may notice it has a label printing software that comes with it. You will need this type of software in order to print a label. If you don't have Nero, or any other label printing software you can try using some of the free ones that are out there, like Disketch 2.11. There's also a lot of free to try label printing software, like Acoustica CD DVD Label Maker which you can use for 15 days for free. If you have Photoshop and you're good using it, then this is another option to consider (you can download templates online).

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It seems to be a "stand-alone" unit -- not something that requires either Mac OSx or Windows XP/Vista/7 to operate.

I'm guessing that _ANY_ IDE (not 'SATA') HP-brand reader/writer, provided that it has a "LightScribe" capability, could be purchased, and could be inserted to replace the "dead" reader/writer. For about $100, it's worthwhile to try this "substitution" to revive your unit.
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  2. Click Start , click All Programs , click Roxio , and then click Roxio Express Labeler v3 .
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  4. The Options screen appears. Figure 2: Options screen c01452913.gif
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  6. Click Disc Titles , type the title and subtitle for the CD or DVD, and then click OK . Figure 3: Disc Title option c01452914.jpg 1 - Disc Titles button Figure 4: Edit Disc Title screen c01452915.gif
  7. Click Background , then click Import Background to use an image on the computer as the background on the CD or DVD. Click OK to return to the Roxio Express Labeler window. Figure 5: Background option c01452916.jpg 1 - Background button
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