Hi folks, So I've been given Virgin's new superhub modem/router combo. It's a shit piece of kit, it has hardly any wi-fi signal, unless you're sitting next to it or plugging into it with an ethernet cable. So after enduring it for a couple of days I decided to plug in my Dlink router, which helped signal/speed wise. I have a PS3 which connects no problem and uses the internet through it. An old XP laptop which connects and also gets decent internet. My Windows 7 PC, however, will connect to the wireless network but will tell me it has 'No Internet Access' and give me a little yellow warning over the connection icon in the tray. It is a ******* nightmare. I've tried everything under the sun, from changing DNS gateways to manually entering IP addresses. I've re-installed the wireless adaptor ten times, tried to change settings on both the d-link router and superhub router but to no avail. It has a strong signal but and sits connected to the network no problem but just tells me 'No Internet Access' and won't get online whatsoever. Today, deciding to go back to the default Virgin set-up, ditching MY router, the whole ******* network is slow as hell. I did a full system restore (pinhole reset) on the superhub and just connected to the network they supplied but now the internet is crawling along. Basically, does anybody know why my Win7 PC has 'no internet access' despite being plugged into the network? It's frustrating as all hell, particularly as the PS3 and laptop have no problems.