I don't know your scope in detail, but if you can read this you should be able to go to the user manual herehttp://www.bushnell.com/manuals/telescopes/NorthStar788840_788850_788890_788831_788846_2010Revised5LIM_web.pdf?CFID=36472283&CFTOKEN=de4b165f584ad635-AF7E3AEE-A567-68CB-F21AC262CDAFA920&
There are a few things common to these goto hand controls.
- you must enter the time and date accurately, and be correct about daylight saving settings, and observe the date format
- you most likely will have to go through time and date setting steps each time, but the control will probably remember one of these at least. You will see what it has already set when you come to that step next time around.
- the mount should be leveled as far as possible, or pointing errors will appear when the scope slews around.
It could be that the scope has no idea at all where the align star is, when using Earth Align. You are teaching it that, but if the rough location it tries to reach is way way off, it seems you need a second star and Align Star mode. Often with these devices you need one star from either side of the meridian.
You could also start again with a different city, but one in the opposite direction to the first. I would try cities all around the compass to see if one gives a better result.