In my opinion, the best program for doing this is Discus. It has many templates and prints seamlessly to either labels or printable discs. I use this exclusively. Hope this helps.
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I wouldn't use a label even on drives that are tray-loading anymore. Seen way too many people have serious damage occur from doing such things, in their computer drives and in home A/V equipment. On certain machines (laptops in particular) the heat actually helps the sticker remove itself while the disc is spinning at full speed...makes a mess out of your drive.
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