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Loosing internet IP addreess - conflict

After I installed my 615 router, had a problem wirt not getting the internet through the laptop or the wireless connection message stated 'no IP address found'. Tried various IP changes and finally got it working. weeks later, we could not get internet. called my internet provider. everything working. hardware test showes all is ok with the PC. Tried to reconfigure address but could not resove the IP address conflect problem. problem. removed the router, access restored.

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