Windows system error: there is an IP address conflict with another system with the network. How do I remove this error message?

I just installed a new internet provider and all of my connections are working fine, but I constantly get this "Windows system error: there is an IP address conflict with another system with the network." I have my electrician of the internet modem connected to my office. I have also two wireless devices connected to the appearance of the Modem wireless. I constantly get this error message mentioned above, and I want to get rid of it.

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This means that all that he says.  Your Windows system has an address that already exists on your local network.  Turn your system off and use a working system to locate this address and to which unit he belongs.  In most LANs, the router's DHCP server.  You may be able to ask the router which addresses are used and see what device uses this address, but I suspect not.

Duplicate addresses can occur when two systems received the same address manually, or when we got an address in the DHCP of the router range. It is unclear when this happened because he is not in control of the address and puts the address duplicate to a second system.  You need to track down, ensuring that all addresses manually asigned are out of the DHCP range, that you book the address of the router, if you want the device to use this address, or configure all devices to request the address of the router using DHCP.

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