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IP address conflict

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"Windows has detected an IP address conflict:
Another computer on this network has the same IP addresses as this computer. Contact your network adminstrator for help resolving this issue. More details are available in the Windows System event log."

The above notice was issued after signing on to my computer today. I use a lynksys wireless router which I have one pc and 2 laptops which use the wiresless connection. I have no trouble connecting to the internet as of now. What does this notice mean
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try shutting down all three computers then start them one at a time about 2 minutes apart...
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