This video shows you how to ensure that the HP Digital Imaging Monitor is running. If the software is running you’ll see the HP Digital Imaging Monitor icon in the lower-right corner of your computer screen in the System Tray. If you don’t see the icon in the System Tray and an arrow appears at the left side of the tray click the arrow to see if the icon has been hidden. To unhide the icon click Customize. A window opens. 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 the System Tray or as a hidden icon, you’ll need to activate the HP Digital Imaging Monitor. In the taskbar, click the Windows icon. Type msconfig in the “Programs and Files” box, and press Enter. The Systems Configuration Utility window opens. Click the Startup tab. Search through the list for the HP Digital Imaging Monitor. If it’s not on 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 with the checkmark to its left unselected, click the checkbox to select the software. Click Apply to save the change, and then click OK. A dialog box appears. Click Restart to restart your computer. When your computer restarts the HP Digital Imaging Monitor will be in your System Tray.