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DME Designer Installation Guide
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This CD-ROM is only compatible with Windows® XP Professional/XP Home Edition/2000 Professional.
In this manual, “DME ” is used to refer to Digital Mixing Engine models such as the DME64N and DME24N; however,
this does not include the DME32.
CD-ROM Installation Procedure
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1
Confirm that your computer and operating system are compatible with the software in this CD-ROM. (See page 10.)
2
Install the appropriate driver (YAMAHA USB-MIDI Driver/YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver) on your computer.
3
Make appropriate settings for the driver.
4
Install the DME Designer.
5
Start the DME Designer.
For instructions and details on using the software, refer to the DME Designer Owner’s Manual.
CD-ROM Contents
Never attempt to play back the included CD-ROM on an audio CD player.
Doing so may result in damage to your hearing as well as to your CD player/audio speakers.
This CD-ROM contains the following software.
Folder
Content
Description
Relevant
pages
USBdrv2k_
YAMAHA USB-MIDI Driver
Enables your computer to communicate with the DME when your
computer and the DME are connected using a USB cable.
3
Networkdrv_
YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver
Enables your computer to communicate with the DME when your
computer and the DME are connected using Ethernet.
5
DMEDesigner_
DME Designer
Application for designing configurations of the DME, sending data to
the DME, controlling the DME, and so on.
10
Program
Program area firmware
Program data for updating DME. Use DME Designer for updating.
Refer to the DME Designer Owner’s Manual for details.
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Component
Component area firmware
Component data for updating DME. Use DME Designer for updating.
Refer to the DME Designer Owner’s Manual for details.
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Firmware
Manual
2
English
Manuals
English Installation Guide and Owner’s Manual.
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German
Manuals
German Installation Guide and Owner’s Manual.
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French
Manuals
French Installation Guide and Owner’s Manual.
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Spanish
Manuals
Spanish Installation Guide and Owner’s Manual.
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Japanese
Manuals
Japanese Installation Guide and Owner’s Manual.
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DME Designer Installation Guide
YAMAHA USB-MIDI Driver
To connect a DME and a computer via USB, it is necessary to install the YAMAHA USB-MIDI Driver to the computer.
The YAMAHA USB-MIDI Driver is software that enables to transmit MIDI signal between computer and DME via USB cables or
USB-MIDI interface.
Installation
Windows 2000
Windows XP
1
Start the computer and use the “Administrator” account
to log into Windows 2000.
1
Start the computer.
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2
Select [My Computer] → [Control Panel] → [System] →
[Hardware] → [Driver Signing] → [File Signature
Verification] and check the radio button to the left of
“Ignore – Install all files, regardless of file signature” and
click [OK].
Select [Start] → [Control Panel].
If the control panel shows “Pick a category,” click “Switch
to Classic View” in the upper left of the window. All control
panels and icons will be displayed.
3
Select [System] → [Hardware] → [Driver Signing] → [File
Signature Verification], and check the radio button to the
left of “Ignore – Install all files, regardless of file signature”
and click [OK].
4
Click [OK] to close the System Properties window, then
click the Close button ([X]) at the top right of the window
to close the Control Panel.
5
Insert the included CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
6
Make sure the POWER switch on the DME is set to OFF
and use the USB cable to connect the USB terminal of
the computer (or the USB hub) to the USB terminal of the
DME. When the DME is turned on, the computer
automatically displays the “Found New Hardware
Wizard.”
3
Insert the included CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
4
Make sure the POWER switch on the DME is set to OFF
and use the USB cable to connect the USB terminal of
the computer (or the USB hub) to the USB terminal of the
DME. When the DME is turned on, the computer
automatically displays the “Found New Hardware
Wizard.” Click [Next].
5
Check the radio button to the left of “Search for the
suitable driver for your device. (Recommended).”
The window that appears enables you to select the
location for installing the driver.
6
Check the “CD-ROM drives” box and uncheck all other
items. Click [Next].
n The system may ask you to insert a Windows CD-ROM while
it checks for the driver. Specify the “USBdrv2k” folder in the
CD-ROM drive (for example, D:\ USBdrv2k_\) and continue
installation.
7
When the installation is complete, the system displays
“Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard.”
Click [Finish].
n Some computers may take a few minutes to show this
screen.
7
Check the radio button next to “Install the software
automatically (Recommended)” then click [Next].
The system starts installation.
8
When the installation is complete, the system displays
“Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard.” Click
[Finish].
n Some computers may take about ten seconds to show this
screen after installation is complete.
8
n Some computers may take about a few minutes to show this
screen after the installation is complete.
Restart the computer.
The driver has been installed.
9
Restart the computer.
The driver has been installed.
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In general, there is no need to change the initial
settings.
Select [Start] → [Control Panel] → [MIDI-USB Driver].
The “YAMAHA USB-MIDI Driver” window will appear.
2
Setup the driver in the “YAMAHA USB-MIDI Driver”
window.
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[Device Name]
For selecting the USB device to be used with the USBMIDI Driver.
MIDI OUT setting
For selecting the appropriate MIDI OUT port of the
computer application to correspond to the port number of
the USB MIDI signal sent from the computer.
MIDI IN setting
For selecting the appropriate MIDI IN port of the
computer application to correspond to the port number of
the USB MIDI signal received by the computer.
MIDI THRU setting
For selecting the port number of the USB MIDI input/
output signals passing through the computer.
[Thru ON/OFF]
Switches MIDI THRU on/off.
[Send All Note OFF]
Transmits All Note OFF signal to all MIDI OUT ports.
[Send All Note ON]
Transmits All Note ON signal to all MIDI OUT ports.
3
Click [OK] and close the “YAMAHA USB-MIDI Driver”
window.
The settings made in the window are entered.
n To close the window without entering the settings, click
[Cancel].
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YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver
To connect a DME and a computer via Ethernet, you will need to install the YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver to the computer.
The YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver enables transmission of MIDI data between the computer and the DME via Ethernet
cables.
Installation
Setup
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Double-click on the “Networkdrv_” folder.
Various files are shown, including “Setup.exe.”
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2
Double-click on “Setup.exe.”
When the setup has been initialized, a “Welcome”
window appears.
3
Click [Next]. The YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver will be
installed. When installation is complete, a message
appears indicating that setup has been completed.
4
In order for the newly installed YAMAHA DME-N Network
Driver to take effect, select “Yes, I want to restart my
computer now” and click [OK]. The computer will restart.
English
Select [Start] → [Control Panel]→ [DME-N Network
Driver].
The “DME-N Network Driver” window appear.
n When running under Windows XP SP2, an “Windows
Security Alert” window may appear after the system is
restarted. Select the “Unblock” option.
The YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver has been installed.
n If an application that uses the YAMAHA DME-N Network
Driver is running at this time the “Quit all applications that
use the DME-N Network Driver in order to change settings.”
message will appear. The DME-N Network Driver settings
cannot be changed while any application that uses the
YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver is running.
Uninstalling
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Select [Start] → [Settings] → [Control Panel] → [Add/
Remove Programs].
The “Add/Remove Programs” window appears.
2
Click [Change/Remove] for the YAMAHA DME-N Network
Driver.
Follow the onscreen instructions to uninstall the driver.
2
Set up the driver parameters via the “DME-N Network
Driver” window.
n The button names or menus may differ depending on the
computer OS.
n If you attempt to reinstall the software after uninstalling it
without first restarting your computer, the following message
will appear and the install process will be aborted. “Restart
your computer, then run the installer.” The installer should
run normally after your computer has been restarted.
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2
3
n In order to use the YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver, all
computer network devices (hubs, routers, etc.) must be
properly connected and configured. Use a cross cable if
you will be directly connecting a DME64N/24N to the
computer without using any other network devices.
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1 Target Device List
[Device Name]
The name, number, IP address, MAC address, and MIDI
port number of all devices registered to communicate
with the YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver are shown in
this list. Click the title bars to sort accordingly.
When a device is selected in the list, information related
to that device will appear in the device information area
2 below the list.
This is the name of the device selected in the Target
Device List. The initial default settings are “UNIT1”
through “UNIT256”, but the name can be edited as
required in the Device Name field.
Device Name
This column lists the names of devices registered to
communicate with the YAMAHA DME-N Network
driver. When a device is selected in the list it’s name
also appears in the Device Name field in the device
information area 2 below the list.
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Device IP Address
The IP number of the corresponding device. When a
device is selected in the list it’s IP number also
appears in the Device IP Number field in the device
information area 2 below the list.
Device MAC Address
The MAC address of the corresponding device. When
a device is selected in the list it’s MAC address also
appears in the Device MAC Address field in the
device information area 2 below the list.
Device Port No.
The MIDI port number of the corresponding device.
When a device is selected in the list it’s MIDI port
number also appears in the Device Port No. field in
the device information area 2 below the list.
[New] Button
Click this button to add a new device to the list. Edit
the device’s parameters as required via the fields in
the device information area 2 below the list, then
click the [APPLY] button to add the specified device.
[Duplicate] Button
This button adds a device to the list by copying the
data from the currently selected device. Edit the new
device’s parameters as required via the fields in the
device information area 2 below the list, then click
the [APPLY] button to add the specified device.
[Remove] Button
Deletes the selected device from the list. If the
removed device is not the lowest device in the list, all
devices below the removed device will be shifted
upward to maintain the continuity of the list.
[Remove ALL] Button
Deletes all devices from the list.
[Undo] Button
This button provides a one-step undo function that
allows you to undo a single operation and revert to
the previous state. The [Undo] button will be grayed
out and inaccessible immediately after an undo
operation or after the control panel is launched.
2 Device Information
When a device that is registered for communication with
the YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver is selected in the
Target Device List, the communication parameters for
that device can be viewed and edited in the Device
Information fields.
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[Device IP Address]
The IP address of the device selected in the Target
Device List can be set via these fields. Refer to the
manual of the corresponding device for details on
checking and setting its IP address.
n The IP address must be set properly or communication
with the device will not be possible.
[Device MAC Address]
The MAC (Media Access Control) address of the
device selected in the Target Device List can be set
via these fields. The MAC address of each device is
permanently assigned when the device is
manufactured and cannot be changed. The MAC
address parameter is included to prevent data from
being sent to the wrong device if the IP address in
inadvertently set incorrectly. Refer to the manual of
the corresponding device for details on checking its
MAC address.
n The MAC address must be set properly or
communication with the device will not be possible.
n The MAC address of the connected device cannot be
changed.
[Device Port No.]
The MIDI port number of the device selected in the
Target Device List can be set via this menu. The MIDI
port number also functions as device ID number. It
should be set to “1” for DME64N/24N units.
n The MIDI port number must be set properly or
communication with the device will not be possible.
[Apply] Button
Click the [Apply] button after editing the Device
Name, Device IP Address, Device MAC Address, or
Device Port No. parameters to actually apply the
changes. Also, devices added to the Target Device
List 1 by pressing the [NEW] or [DUPLICATE]
buttons will only actually be registered for
communication with the YAMAHA DME-N Network
Driver when the [Apply] button is pressed.
3 [Advanced Settings] Button
Opens the “Advanced Settings” window.This window
provides access to advanced settings. For details refer to
the “Advanced Settings” section.
3
When all parameters have been set up as required, click
the [Save and Close] button to close the “DME-N
Network Driver” window and save the settings.
n Click the [Cancel] button if you want to close the window
without saving any changes.
n This button is grayed out and is not accessible while an
application that is using the YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver
is running.
6 Detected Device List
This list shows all detected devices that are capable of
communication with the YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver.
No devices will be displayed initially.
[Add] Checkbox
Checked devices will be added to the Target Device
List when the [Add to Device List] button (below) is
clicked. Devices that are already registered cannot
be checked.
“Advanced Settings” Window
[Device IP Address]
The parameters in the “Advanced Settings” window set up
the YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver for automatic device
detection, and allow saving and loading setup files.
The IP address of the corresponding detected
device.
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4
If a name has been registered for the detected device
it will be displayed here, otherwise no name will be
displayed.
[Device MAC Address]
5
The MAC address of the corresponding detected
device.
7 [Add to Device List] Button
6
Devices with checked [Add] checkboxes will be added
to the Target Device List when this button is clicked.
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8 [Cancel] Button
Closes the window without making any changes.
Auto Detect
Allows automatic detection of connected devices that can
communicate with the YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver. A
maximum of 254 addresses (***.***.***.1 through
***.***.***.254) can be detected.
n Only MAC addresses of devices on the same subnet as the
computer can be detected. Before searching for MAC
addresses make sure that the computer is connected to the
subnet to be searched, and that an appropriate IP address is
assigned.
9 [Import Setup from File] Button
When working in a different environment it is possible to
load a previously saved setup file. Click to open the
“Open” window. Select a setup file and then click the
[Open] button to import the corresponding settings.
) [Export Setup to File] Button
It is possible to save the setup data to a file that can then
be reloaded when working in a different environment.
Click to open the “Save As” window.
Enter a file name and click the [Save] button to save the
setup file.
1 Detect from
Specifies the start IP address for automatic detection.
2 Detect to
Specifies the end IP address for automatic detection.
3 Currently searching
Displays the IP address being checked during automatic
detection. No display when automatic detection is not in
progress.
4 [Start] Button
Initiates automatic detection, and causes the detected
device list 6 to be updated accordingly. This button is
grayed out and is not accessible during automatic
detection.
5 [Abort] Button
Aborts automatic detection.
This button is grayed out when automatic detection is not
in progress.
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[Device Name]
TCP/IP Settings
Windows XP SP2
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1
Select [Start] → [Control Panel].
The “Control Panel” is displayed.
2
If the “Control Panel” is in Category display, click [Switch
to Classic View].
3
Double-click [Network Connections] → [Local Area
Connection].
The “Local Area Connection Status” dialog box will be
displayed.
4
Click [Properties] on the [General] tab.
The “Local Area Connection Properties” dialog box will
be displayed.
5
Select [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)] on the [General] tab,
then click [Properties].
The “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties” dialog box will
be displayed.
6
Click [Advanced...], then [Properties] on the [Options]
tab.
The “TCP/IP Filtering” dialog will be displayed.
7
Select “Permit All” for TCP Ports, then click [OK].
The display returns to the “Advanced TCP/IP Settings”
dialog. Click [OK] to return to the “Internet Protocol (TCP/
IP) Properties” dialog.
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Click [Use the following IP address] on the [General] tab.
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Enter your computer’s IP address into [IP address], the
Gateway’s IP address into [Default gateway], and
“255.255.255.0” into [Subnet mask].
n When installing on the same subnet as the DME unit(s), set
the gateway’s host address to 254.
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Click [OK].
11
Restart your computer.
Windows 2000
Select [Start] → [Settings] → [Control Panel] → [Network
and Dial-Up Connections] → [Local Area Connection].
The “Local Area Connection Status” dialog box will be
displayed.
2
Click [Properties] on the [General] tab.
The “Local Area Connection Properties” dialog box will
be displayed.
3
Click [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)] on the [General] tab,
then click [Properties].
The “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties” dialog box will
be displayed.
4
Click [Advanced…], then [Properties] on the [Options]
tab.
The “TCP/IP Filtering” dialog will be displayed.
5
Select “Permit All” for TCP Ports, then click [OK].
6
Click [Use the following IP address] on the [General] tab.
7
Enter your computer’s IP address into [IP address], the
Gateway's IP address into [Default gateway], and
“255.255.255.0” into [Subnet mask].
n When installing on the same subnet as the DME unit(s), set
the gateway's host address to 254.
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Click [OK].
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Restart your computer.
The display returns to the “Advanced TCP/IP Settings”
dialog. Click [OK] to return to the “Internet Protocol (TCP/
IP) Properties” dialog.
An example of four DME settings in a single area
The explanation in this example is based on both the zone and computer sharing the following IP address pattern:
“192.168.000.***.”
If you will be following the instructions in “Controlling from a Computer That Has the Same Network Address” on page 26 of
the “DME64N/24N Owner’s Manual,” you will need to make some changes to the network settings of your computer in
addition to the DME-N Network settings described on page 5.
For the first DME, “192.168.000.2” is set as the zone master IP address.*1
For the second DME, “192.168.000.3” is set as a zone slave IP address.*2
For the third DME, “192.168.000.4” is set as a zone slave IP address.*2
For the fourth DME, “192.168.000.5” is set as a zone slave IP address.*2
For the computer, “192.168.000.001” is set as the IP address.*3
“255.255.255.0” is set as the subnet mask.
If the default gateway is not connected to an external network, there is no setting. If connected to an external network, set
“192.168.000.254”.*4
Allow all TCP ports in TCP/IP filtering.
If you are using Windows XP, disable the Internet connection firewall setting.
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*4
There are two zone master host addresses.
Any address between 3 and 253 is a zone slave host address.
For the IP address set on the PC, you can select host address 1 or 3 through 253, as long the one you set does not duplicate a DME address.
The gateway host addresses is fixed as 254.
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System Requirements
Uninstalling
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Method 1
OS:
Windows® XP Professional/XP Home Edition/2000
Professional
CPU:
1GHz or higher; Intel® Pentium®/Celeron® family
processor
Memory:
256MB or more
Hard disk space:
300MB or more
Display:
1024 x 768; high color (16-bit) or higher
Other:
Mouse, CD-ROM drive, 100Base-TX/10Base-T
Ethernet or USB connection
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1
Select [Start] → [All Programs] → [YAMAHA OPT Tools] →
[DME Designer] → [Setup].
The “YAMAHA DME Designer” dialog box appears.
2
Select [Remove] in “YAMAHA DME Designer” dialog box
and click [Next].
The dialog box for confirmation appears.
3
Click [Yes].
DME Designer is uninstalled.
Installation
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n If an older version of DME Designer is installed on your
computer, you will need to uninstall it before proceeding.
1
Double-click on the “DMEDesigner” folder.
An executable file “setup.exe” is shown.
2
Double-click on “setup.exe.”
A Setup window for DME Designer appears.
3
Execute the installation by following the onscreen
instructions.
After installation is complete, the DME Designer folder
appears on your computer (in “Program Files\YAMAHA\
OPT Tools” folder, as the default).
For details on operation, refer to the DME Designer Owner’s
Manual.
You can access the DME Designer Owner’s Manual by
selecting each folder in the “Manual” folder.
n In order to view the DME Designer Owner’s Manual, Adobe
Acrobat Reader must be installed to your computer. If you do not
have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can download it for free from
the Adobe website below.
http://www.adobe.com/
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Method 2
1
Select [Start] → [Settings] → [Control Panel] → [Add/
Remove Programs].
The “Add/Remove Programs” window appears.
2
Click [Change/Remove] of the DME Designer.
Follow the onscreen instructions to uninstall the driver.
n The button names or menus may differ depending on the
computer OS.
Troubleshooting
• Is the USB cable connected correctly?
Refer to the DME64N/24N Owner’s Manual to confirm proper
connection of USB cables.
• Is the USB function enabled on your computer?
When you connect the DME to the computer for the first time,
if the “Add New Hardware Wizard” does not appear, the USB
function on the computer may be disabled. Perform the
following steps.
1
Select [Start] → [Settings] → [Control Panel] → [System].
The “System” window appears.
2
Double-click the “Device Manager” tab and make sure
that no “!” or “x” marks appear at “Universal serial bus
controller” or “USB Root Hub.”
If you see the “!” or “x” mark, the USB controller is
disabled. Refer to the owner’s manual of your computer for
details.
• Is any unknown device registered?
If driver installation fails, the DME will be shown as an
“Unknown device,” and you will not be able to install the
driver. Delete the “Unknown device” by following the steps
below.
1
Select [Start] → [Settings] → [Control Panel] → [System].
The “System” window appears.
2
Double-click the “Device Manager” tab. With the “View
devices by type” check box checked, look for “Other
devices.”
3
If you find “Other devices,” double-click it to extend the
tree to look for “Unknown device.” If one appears, select it
and click the [Remove] button.
4
Remove the USB cable from the DME, and make the
connection again.
5
Install the driver again according to the instructions
following step 4 on page 3.
When controlling the DME from your computer via
USB, the DME does not operate correctly.
• Did you install the driver?
• Are you using the latest YAMAHA USB-MIDI driver?
The latest driver can be downloaded from the Yamaha
website (address given at the end of this manual).
• Have you selected USB as MIDI port in the DME?
Select USB for the MIDI port.
• Did you launch DME Designer after connecting a USB
cable and turning the device ON?
Be sure to connect the USB cable and turn the device on
before launching DME Designer.
• Was the USB cable disconnected during operation?
If the USB cable is accidentally disconnected, DME designer
will not recognize the device even if the cable is reconnected.
You will have to restart DME Designer.
When controlling the DME from your computer via
Ethernet, the DME does not operate correctly.
• Did you install the driver?
• Is the Ethernet cable connected correctly?
• Is the YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver set up
appropriately? Did you enter an appropriate IP address?
• Is the computer network setup appropriate?
Select [Start] → [Settings] → [Control Panel] → [Network
Connections] → [Local Area Connection], and confirm the
network setup.
• Are the settings of DME and peripheral network devices
(including switching hubs) appropriate?
Refer to the relevant owner’s manuals for the DME and
peripheral network devices (including switching hubs) for
details.
• Have you selected an appropriate network port in the DME
Designer?
• Are you using the latest YAMAHA DME-N Network Driver?
The latest driver can be downloaded from the Yamaha
website (URL below).
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
• Do you have security software running on your system?
Either disable the security software, or set it to allow use of
TCP port 12300 on the network card being used by the DMEN Network Driver.
• Is the USB cable connected correctly?
• Is the YAMAHA USB-MIDI Driver set up appropriately?
Cannot suspend or resume the computer correctly.
• Have you selected an appropriate port in the DME
Designer or another relevant MIDI application?
• Do not suspend the computer while the DME Designer is
running.
Make sure that the settings in one application have either the
combination of “YAMAHA USB IN 0-1” and “YAMAHA USB
OUT 0-1,” or the combination of “YAMAHA USB IN 0-2” and
“YAMAHA USB OUT 0-2.”
Settings combining different port numbers (i.e., “YAMAHA
USB IN 0-1” and “YAMAHA USB OUT 0-2,” or “YAMAHA USB
IN 0-2” and “YAMAHA USB OUT 0-1”) cannot be used.
If you are using Windows 2000, you may not be able to
suspend/resume normally, depending on the particular
environment (USB Host Controller, etc.). (Even so, simply
disconnecting and connecting the USB cable will allow you to
use the DME functions again.)
• Have you selected the same USB ports in both the DME
Designer and another relevant MIDI application?
Change the setting of the USB port so that both the DME
Designer and the other MIDI application match.
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