Hey there Ronnie,
I understand your frustration totally. Most anyone starting out who want's to do astrophotography has this hurdle to overcome.
I once helped someone over the phone with their problem, come to find out, they didn't know the mount always had to face Polaris for the mounts 'go-to' feature to work. They were just plunking their mount down in the yard and hitting go.
Anyway, I believe Mooseman helped you with where you mount needs to point when you set it up, (at Polaris.)
Here is a couple of illustrated links... To a what I think is a simple understanding of what one needs to do, to properly drift align their mount.
A couple of things to add that I will edit shortly. 1.) This is done with the mount facing North, not the scope. AND In these tut's the referenced 'front of the mount' is the side pointed at Polaris.
Traditional two star drift alignment method.
And a not so traditional...One star drift alignment method.
NOTE: Learn where the 'ecliptic' line is for your observing/imaging location. The stars you want to use are a little bit above it, or a little bit below it, whether you're facing east or south. It will be low in the east but higher up in the south.
(from your reply from another topic. Yes, I have some experience at this. lol)
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