Multihoming causing Wins Error.. EVENT ID 4319

Ok guys i am getting the 4319 error in the event viewer cause my WINS server is Multihomed(second subnet for backup) and it keeps binding to the second NIC Card.
Event ID: 4319 Source: NetBT
A duplicate name has been detected on the TCP network. The IP address of the node that sent the message is in the data. Use nbtstat -n in a command window to see which name is in the Conflict state.

I can delete the Wins Server and hit add another server and it always resolves back to the second NIC card which is used for backup no matter which IP i put in. Where can i go to change the WINS from Binding to the IP and start binding to the IP.
Like i said even when i add a new server and put it in as it still ends up changing back to
This is causing me to loose internet access cause this is also my DNS server.
HELP !!  lol
Thanks alot !
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Have you switched of netBIOS and deleted the WINS entries in the IP settings on the second NIC?


right click "My Network Places" -> Properties -> Advanced -> Advances Settings -> Change your NIC binding.
WINS should bind to the first NIC in this list.

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