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IP address conflict

Discussion in 'Networking' started by marygudi, Jan 31, 2013.

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  1. marygudi

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    Hello, I was looking for an answer for my problem and found your page. I would really appreciate it. Here is my problem:
    I was setting my router netgear wgt 624 v3 to my computer. Got some problem with the configuration and trying to open the default page to make the configuration. I remember I change the configuration but then I saw the windows wizard for network and follow those steps. Well since I did that, I tried again to reconfigure the router but got the message on a bubble box: windows system erro: IP address conflict. I have tried to delete that network but here I am lost and confused. I know I am just around the corner to find a solution but I need the advice of an expert. Thank you.

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