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I get "Limited or no Connectivity" when I connect via ethernet

I've just got this router, and to set it up you need to connect to a PC with an ethernet cable. But it just says "Limited or no Connectivity"
So whenever I try to access the router settings in a browser it doesn't load.
I've made sure all settings like "Obtain IP address automatically" are set correctly but it just won't work.
I've tried the same on several PCs and a MacBook with no luck.
I am running WIndows XP

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  • arran_coe Dec 13, 2008

    thanks a lot for your reply. Unfortunataly though that doesnt work; it fails at the IP renewing stage of repairing

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Where it say limited or no connectivety icon on the taskbar just right click and select repair. hope this helps

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