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Label Creator Printing Dot Grid On Solid Colors


DougWM
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I got a new printer yesterday (Epson Stylus Photo 1400) to print on CD's. Solid-colored backgrounds are unexpectedly printing with a grid of white dots on them. (My old Epson printed solids fine.) Photos and text are printing perfectly. I don't see any settings I can change to fix this. Anyone had this happen?

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Well, I tried printer maintenance steps, then printing different background colors and also tried printing solid backgrounds with Epson's own CD printing program. Results: the grid of white dots appears in all the Roxio printouts but not the Epson printouts. So I suspect it's a Roxio issue of some sort.

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I'd have to say it's got me stumped - the actual printing is done by the printer drivers and all the Label program does is send the information to the printer from there.

 

Why white dots should appear is a mystery to me really.

 

Does this happen on both CDs and paper printing (case inserts and so on) or is it only when you print directly to a CD?

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OK. I printed to plain paper and the white dots are still there. BUT, I had the idea to make a graphics file of the color I want and I imported that as the background. This worked, the dots are gone and the color is what I wanted. Go figure!

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