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What I am trying to do is locate the USER'S geography with an IP address. Can you help?

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Open a COMMAND PROMPT window on your computer (black screen, white text). Type: tracert 111.222.333.444 where 111.222.333.444 is the IP address Press enter. NOTE there's a SPACE between tracert and the IP.
Every server between you and the target will be listed, and there are usually some geographic clues in the server names themselves.
OR Try: https://www.iplocation.net/

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