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System error my computer giving me system error continuously like system ip conflict to another network. need proper solution

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Your computer and another computer are sharing the same ip address. Unplug your modem for 5 minutes than plug it back in, this should change your ip adress and inturn fix your problem. If this fails than unplug your modem for 8 hours (overnight) and that should definetly change your ip address. If that fails than call your internet service provider and they can walk you through the steps to change it manually. I could explain the procedure but its better if they walk you through it step by step.
Let me know how it goes. Good luck.

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