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The error that you mentioned occurs if you put the disc in upside down. Please, put the disc in the tray with the print side up and try again. Did that help at all?
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Hello, my name is ***** ***** I will assist you with this issue. I am including a link which describes how to set up a Canon printer to print CD/DVD's. You may have already done the things listed here, but just want to make sure that this doesn't solve you problem. If it does, Great! If it doesn't, just let me know and I will continue to help until we get it solved. Here is the link:
Here is another tip by a Canon user and how they solved their problem. Check it out and see what you think:
Make sure the inner door is closed (don't insert disc tray before attempting to print).
Then click on print to disc (with whatever program you happen to be using).
Now it will tell you to open the inner door and insert the disc tray.
On mine, I had to insert the tray all the way in (inserting to match the arrows didn't work).
The printer then aligned the tray the way it wanted and printed the disc.
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