I think that the settings in your label printer driver are not the same as the physical label. Say you have a 50 x 25mm label , then the settings in the printer driver must be the same, both in the "Properties" and the "Default" Tabs. Also if your printer has a calibration routine, then run this first.
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you need to calibrate. hold the feed button down intill it flashes 4 times in a row and the quickly let go. it will feed some labels to calibrate and should stop at the tear off. you also have to set label size in the driver to keep from losing calibration.
Ok, when you say continuous...do you mean it is a roll of label material that does not have gaps in between? If it has gaps...it is NOT a continuous label and you probably have the driver settings set as continuous feed and not gap as it should be....
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The MPF is simply the "Manual Paper Feed".
Your printer is set by default that the MPF paper type is "plain paper". Since you are telling the printer that you are trying to print lables, the printer is simply telling you that you need to load the MPF with lables.
If you say "ok", the printer sould continue and print the lables.
If you only print lables, the you can change the default paper for the MPF tray to "lables", and then you will no longer be prompted to load the tray.
So many questions
Vertical lines suggest [you do mean vertical do you - up/and down?] is new one to me
Printing CD's is not a 2200 thing, it is the province of the R series.
Printing lables is easy purchase CD labels and suitable CD print software - A kit including labels software and label applicator is available at many computer stores
Other labels- download the Avery-Dennison free lable software.