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With this you will have to reset the Virgin box to deregister the Mac address it holds.
Connect the computer to the router and have both turned on, connect the router to the Virgin (always wated to type that) and then unplug the power from the virgin (this is getting better all the time)
Leave it unplugged for 15 minutes, then power it back up with the router and computer already running.
Log into the router and check it has been assigned an IP address by the Virgin (yeah, I had to get one last one in)
Good luck, post back if it still gives you grief.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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