Joining win2k server domain

I have three new computers running windows 2000 professional and i want them to join the windows 2000 server domain, HQ.
But i am getiing th erro"the credentials supplied conflivt with existing set of credentials on domain HQ.
please help
kuda42Asked:
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oBdACommented:
You probably have a network drive mapped to one of your DCs; simply delete all existing network connections to your DCs before joining the domain.

Err Msg: The Credentials Supplied Conflict with an Existing...
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=106211
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Rob StoneCommented:
Also check that the computer names are unique and not already in AD.

I think oBdA's answers the one though.
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darth_wannabeCommented:
Good catch oBdA....my money says you are right. I've had this problem before.
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