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I also found that VRPC refused to run after I added a wireless card to my Alpha laptop. After much discussion with David Atkins, who was unable to issue a new code for the revised 'configuration' of my machine, I discovered that the problem resulted from the fact that XP automatically added a software gateway between the network interfaces. Once I unconfigured this gateway, VRPC started working once more, still using the original unlock code, and with both network interfaces active.

BTW, for anyone who doesn't have a record of their VRPC unlock code, it can be found in the windows registry (IIRC).

 is a RISC OS Userpeterb on 13/5/05 7:45AM
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