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bad issue with IP Addresss


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Oniketsoku

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I ahve to type this quickly before i disconnect fsoryry for any typuing errors
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i am on my computer
and i randomly get an error message saying
The system has detected a conflict for IP Address 192.168.1.1 with the system having hardware address
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Please help!!!!! :tazz:

EDIT: Winsock2 didn't fix anything

Edited by Oniketsoku, 06 November 2005 - 08:29 PM.

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Fenor

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What type of network are you running?

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This laptop(not my PC the one i started this topic on) is wired to the WRT54G Router, to port 1. The Cable modem is wired from itself to the internet port of the router. The Wireless-G PCI Adapter is in the Desktop. My ISP is roadrunner.
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I gotta go to school, so I'll check for replies when I get back. :tazz:
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Anyone have Any ideas? :tazz:
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you seem to have a dhcp error.

go to each computer on the network and do start > run > cmd

then type ipconfig /all

if the ip's for each machine are the same...then that's your problem
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ah yes you're right, i went into WINIPCFG and clicked reslease, rebooted and changed the ip address, they've both been 192.168.1.1
I'll post back next time i get the error message

Edited by Oniketsoku, 07 November 2005 - 04:43 PM.

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did you assign the ip's statically or through dhcp?
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i clicked release in winipcfg and it changed the IP addresses
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