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Printing photos onto 6x4 inkjet paper

I have several photos from a digital camera that I want to print without any cropping or borders.  I do not seem to be choosing the wrong paper size or anything and the preview page looks OK.  When the photo has printed the last 12mm of the image is not printed leaving a white band on the photo.
I have tried several different programs (Canon zoombrowser ex that came with the camera, HP photo and imaging, just opening the image and attempting to print using the ordinary memu settings).  I am selecting borderless 6x4 photo size and 'other inkjet paper' (its a pack of Kodak paper).  Can you tell me what is wrong please??

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Which is the model of the printer, not all the printers permite to you do this

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