ip conflict? unidenified network

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james January 24, 2009 at 09:51:59
Specs: Windows Vista prem, amd duo 4400,, 3 gigs
k, so i have a home network, with a wirles d-link router,, 1 home pc, and one laptop. i normaly run using wireless to connect to the network and the internet on the laptop. problem.. i wanted to connect to the router wired,, not wireless for a better stable connection, so i disabled the wireless card and connected the eithernet cable,, now being wired it only connects to the local network,, and says unidenified network for the home pc? went to repair connection and gives me a same ip address conflict error. the laptop is trying to connect with a ip address already used on the network, and it should its the same laptop :) i just want to be able to switch from wireless to wired for when i need a stable connection? any ideas on how i can fix this,, already tryed reseting the router, disabling dhcp, turning the wireless off? resetting the modem?
i had this issue before and i figured it out somehow but just cant get it to work this time. pls help

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January 24, 2009 at 10:09:39
Right click on the LAN connection, left click on properties, highlight TCP/IP and click properties. Set the IP address to one that you know is not in use and enter the name servers of your ISP. Leave DHCP disabled.

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