25-12-2010 21:14 - edited 25-12-2010 21:36
Sorry guys - just found another IE9 problem. My message was supposed to show the following -
(Had to go to Google Chrome to post this!)
Just received my new VM Hub yesterday
I’ve noticed when I click on the VM Hub icon – what looks like a dead web page appears in the middle of the screen.
I thought it was an IE9 problem so set Google Chrome as default with the same result L
Is there any advantage to being able to access the Hub services?
Tried the advice found on the web of uninstalling Itunes but no joy!!
Would appreciate any advice
on 25-12-2010 21:24
on 28-12-2010 14:14
You can access the hubs services/configuration page by going to http://192.168.01 the default user name and password are admin & changeme
on 31-12-2010 02:51
Thanks for getting back to me.
Really just wondered if its really necessary to install the hub services?
As I mentioned - when I click on the icon to start the hub services I have, what looks like a mini web page showing that I'm not connected to the Internet!
I also notice a cpu usage of around 30% in processes. This stays pretty constant as I can hear the cpu fan stay at an increased RPM.
As soon as I force the hub services to shut down the fan drops back to normal.
My O/S is Windows 7
So really tempted to remove it completely would you agree?
on 03-01-2011 11:11
The Virgin Media hub (Modem / Router ) is a completely different thing to what you are describing. You are talking about the software hub. This is only used if you have Virgin Media Security or V-Stuff installed and is required to make these programs function. If you do not have either Vstuff or Virgin Media Security on your PC you can remove the hub from your PC as there is no need for it to be on there.