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Alignment Using Nero I tried to print a circular disc label for a cd. Nero asked for details of lables which I entered and it was then ready to print to my 8050. It appears the Nero settings have been ignored by my 8050 and the print is not aligned with the circular discs. I am stuck please help if you can. Ray

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  • mufinman69 Jul 26, 2008

    Align printer heads I have now done. The test page is good.....but the discs are still way out of alignment when printing from Nero.



    Not resolved.



    rgds



    Ray

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Go to the printer settings and align the printer head

Posted on Jul 26, 2008

  • Subhendu Das
    Subhendu Das Jul 28, 2008

    check the nero settings

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