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Windows has detected an IP address conflict

On bootup of one of my home PCs, it says "Windows has detected an IP address conflict. More details are available in the Windows System Event Log" as the desktop matures. I looked my "whatismyip.com" and heck, ALL of my PCs have the same IP address. I'm trying to figure out why I can't see any of my IP cameras in the Network Video Recorder Software. They were working before.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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I'm looking at the DHCP table in the router but I don't see any conflicts. I think the NVR has its own DHCP server...

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The PC that is having the conflict is connected directly by ethernet to the DVR just like the cameras
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Reporting the conflict I should say
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Sigh...now I have a completely new problem. My internet connection is gone from the affected PC. The PC says it's both connected and disconnected. I clicked disconnect and reconnect but no change

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Tried rebooting, Tried cold boot, tried "Diagnose"...
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Odd, I turned of the DVR and got my internet connection back. My internet is wireless
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Problem solved with a little help from all :)