Question about HP Officejet 5610 All-In-One InkJet Printer
You are right to think aligning the cartridges might correct this error. For some reason the registration on your machine is failing after printing the first sheet. But this could also be the result of a software setting that is not being maintained during the print job in process. I would begin by attempting to reset the printer, by following these instructions. Cancel the print job in the queue. Then attempt to print as usual and see if the problem recurs.
If so, work through this article from the HP online support site for your machine. It's possible that the alignment is not working because the scanner is not functioning correctly, in which case you may need to clean the machine by following these instructions. Many paper feed errors will also be corrected by cleaning your printer rollers as described.
You should check to see that the label setup in being maintained in the application you are printing from. Please consult this article and make sure the printing options for labels (instead of envelopes) are set correctly as the default for your printing operation. Then check the settings again after a page prints correctly.
It would also be worth a try to check and make sure you have the latest printer drivers from HP, and any special print drivers recommended by the manufacturer of the labels you are using. You can visit windows update and see if any custom drivers are offered for your printer, or follow instructions to update the drivers here and here.
Finally, please see this forum at HP. You are not the only person to experience this issue, and perhaps one of the responses given there will help you to solve the issue. If you're on Mac, see this article, and in general try to avoid using the custom print settings.
If none of these solutions corrects the situation, I recommend you follow the instructions for your OS to uninstall and reinstall the printer and software in the event that some essential files have been corrupted. Here are the user guides and setup instructions to follow if you choose to do so.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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Posted on Jul 14, 2009
This is a very common problem with labels, especially circular labels and this type of printer. First off, it's a bad idea to put a paper label on your CD / DVD in general, the main reason is that it makes the disc off balance, since now their is unevenly distributed weight across the top (where there is more ink it weighs more...). Then when you go to put it in a cd-rom drive the disc starts to spin, and with the new cd and dvd rom drives it spins very very fast. At high speeds it begins to wobble and then the disc can explode. Yes I know that probably sounds funny, but it's very dangerous and I've seen it happen at least 30 times on various occasions. Some cdroms even have warnings on them saying caution disc could explode. Go to youtube.com and put in "cdrom explode" the first video shows a great demonstration.
On top of that, labeled cds can get stuck in slot fed cd-roms and cd players very easily.
If you really want to label your cds / dvds you will want to get a printer that has the capability of actually printing to the disc itself. Google something like Casio CW-100-IH , or just lightscribe technology, that way you can label it from inside your burner.
There is no real way to fix your issue, you have to keep aligning it every time for it to work. Plus, like I said, it's not a good idea in general.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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CD&DVD LabelMaker makes designing and printing disc labels
and CD/DVD inserts fast, simple, and fun. Customize labels with
your own photos, text, video stills, and music playlists. Hundreds of
professionally-designed themes are included inside. Supports
label paper templates by Avery®, Memorex®, Neato®, CD
Stomper®, and Direct to CD/DVD Printing with supported printers.
When you first start the program, you're prompted to select the type of
project you want to design and print: Disc Label, Jewel Case Insert,
and DVD Case Insert.
Once you've selected the type of project, you'll be prompted to select
the paper to which you'll be printing. Select your template from the list,
and then click OK. (You can also change your project type by selecting
a new one from the top pull-down.)
Designing your label
You can customize various sections of your label/insert depending
on the selected paper type/template. The main workspace in the
Design Label tab starts by focusing on one section of the label/
insert. For example, if you're using paper that has two disc labels, the
focus will be zoomed onto one of those labels.
Adjusting your view
Notice the two up/down arrows on the left side of the screen. When
applicable, you can click either arrow to shift the focus to the top/
bottom of the page. Click the Paper View button in the lower left
corner to see a small thumbnail of the page. Click the section that
you'd like to edit, and it will appear in the main workspace.
Changing the Background
The right side of the screen lets you change the paper background,
either by applying a color (Use Color) or graphic design (Use
To change the background color, select Use Color. A color palette will
appear. Click the color you want. The color will then appear on the
label/insert in the main workspace. The palette is fairly robust. If you
select a new color that doesn't appear on the grid, you can add it to
your My Favorite Colors.
To delete a custom color, select the color, then click the - icon.
To add a design, select Use Theme. A pull-down at the top lets you
select from a variety of categories. Each category offers a variety of
designs. To select a design to apply to your project, simply click it.
Click the button to the right of the pull-down to search for additional
Printing your project
A print preview displays your project.
If there are certain sections/components that you'd prefer to exclude
when printing, simply click that object (it will appear dulled in color).
If you change your mind and decide to print the object, simply click the
object again and it will become active for printing.
Print with Mask: This option is only applicable when printing disc
labels. If you notice that your prints aren't aligning properly with your
labels, uncheck this box. Instead of printing over the circular area of the
label only, a square version of each photo will print to cover more area
and fill the disc label.
Select Your Printer: From the Printer pull-down, choose your
Modify Your Printer Settings: Click the Printer Setup button to
view/modify your printer settings.
Set the Number of Copies: Use the arrow buttons to increase/
decrease the number of copies you'd like to print, or key in the value in
the available box.
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