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My computer is acting a lil weird.. i reinstalled windows yesterday on a new HDD. did the full windows update, however i got this message just a second ago.. never seen it before. i disconnected from my home wfi, and reconneted was was able to get back online

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sorry if this is in the wrong place frown.gif
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You get this msg when you have 2 ethernet devices (pc,router,nas,lan printer, etc.)with the same IP on a lan.
Are you using static or dynamic via dhcp IP?
What other devices are you using on your lan?

And best place to post this would be at the networking section, I guess (ask a mod about it).
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very odd. i only have one computer connected via Ethernet.. the computer that got the error is on an old PCI wireless network card.

The wifi devices i have on my network is my phone, printer,xbox and this computer. however only thie phone, printer, and computer are turned on.

im not 100% sure if my ip is dynamic or static.
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Seems like another device was using the same IP on your home network, and when you re-connected the WiFi, maybe your PC detected the problem and automatically changed the IP of your PC. If you have Internet connection now, it's nothing to worry about.
   
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post #5 of 5
On Windows 7, open "Network and Sharing center", click on "Change adapter settings", double-click on your adapter, click details.
There if you see "DHCP enabled"=Yes you are dynamic, which is probably what you are as it is the default configuration.
Static, you would have to give all your IP configuration, manually.

Nothing is connected on your wifi router through cable?
Only thing I can think of is:
- your dhcp router gave you an IP already given to other device (improbable, buggy router, router booted and lost it's dhcp table but devices kept their config without renewing, router IP in DHCP pool).
- one of your devices has static ip that conflicts with the DHCP pool of the router.
- someone is connected to your wifi with a static IP stealing your internets smile.gif.


If nothing works, you could always restart every networked device one by one and see which give you the problem.
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