This video shows you how to make sure the
HP Digital Imaging Monitor is running. In this video we will use a mouse to select
items. If you are using a touch-screen computer you will tap the selection whenever the video
says click. From your computer, go to the Desktop. If
you are at the Start screen, click the lower left corner of your screen.
If the software is running, you will see the HP Digital Imaging Monitor icon in the System
Tray on the lower-right corner of your computer screen.
If you don’t see the icon in the System Tray, and an up arrow appears at the left side of
the tray, click the arrow to see if the icon has been hidden.
Then click Customize. Click the drop-down menu to the right of the
HP Digital Imaging Monitor, and select “Show icon and notifications.” Click OK.
If you don’t see the icon in the System Tray, or as a hidden icon, you’ll need to activate
the HP Digital Imaging Monitor. Right-click the lower left corner of the computer screen
to open the menu. Click Search.
In the search box, type Task Manager. From the results, click Task Manager.
Click More details. Click the Sartup tab.
Search the list for the HP Digital Imaging Monitor. If it is not in the list, the driver
was not correctly installed, or a custom install was used. In this case, you’ll need to reinstall
the software. If you find the HP Digital Imaging Monitor
in the list and its status is Disabled, click the title to highlight it. Then click the
Enable button on the bottom right of the window. Restart your computer by moving your mouse
to the lower right of the screen to bring up the charms bar.
Click Settings. Click Power, and then click Restart.
After your computer restarts, the HP Digital Imaging Monitor will be in your System Tray.
You can find additional helpful videos at hp.com/supportvideos and on our YouTube channel,