Configuring the Windows XP Environment

Because this portion of the setup will require you to restart your computer, you can download these instructions and print them off to have easier access for the configuration of the Windows environment and loading of Melco software.

Configuring the Windows XP Network Environment

  1. Click on the Windows Start Menu and select the Control Panel.
  2. Within Control Panel, you may set your view by "Category" or "Classic View"..
    • If in "Category View", click on Network and Internet Connections. Then click Network Connections.
      View network status and tasks
      Network Connections

    • If in "Classic View", click on Network Connections. You may have to scroll to find it.
      Network and Sharing

  3. Right-click on the Ethernet adapter for your AMAYA network and select Properties.
  4. Click on Configure.
  5. Click on the Advanced Tab.
    In the Advanced tab under properties, select the item labeled with "Speed & Duplex" (the exact wording may vary). Under "Value", select 10Mbps/Half Duplex. Here too, the wording may vary from "10mb half duplex" to  "10mb Half" or other potential variations, however, all should have a "10" followed by "Mb" or "Mbps" and "Half".
  6. Click on the Power Management tab, and uncheck the box for "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power". Then, click OK.
  7. Once again, right-click on the Ethernet adapter for your AMAYA network and select Properties.
  8. Under the General tab, make sure that all entries in the "This connection uses the following items:" box are unchecked. Then, click OK.
  9. The Windows network environment has now been configured for your AMAYA.