If you’ve ever seen the error message “Error: ERR_ICANN_NAME_COLLISION,” you know it’s not exactly user-friendly. Here’s what the error means, and how you can fix it.
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What is the ERR_ICAN_NAME_COLLISION error?
This error is caused by a name collision between two devices on your network. When two devices have the same name, they can’t communicate with each other properly. This can cause problems with accessing websites, applications, and other resources on the network.
To fix this error, you’ll need to change the name of one of the devices so that it’s unique. Once you do that, the devices should be able to communicate with each other properly.
How to fix the ERR_ICAN_NAME_COLLISION error?
1) Check if there is another device on the network with the same name as your device. If there is, change the name of your device.
2) If you are using Windows, try disabling the NetBIOS over TCP/IP setting.
3) If you are using a router, try resetting the router.
4) Try using a different DNS server.
5) If all else fails, contact your ISP.
When you receive an error message saying that there is a “name collision” it means that there is already another file or folder with that name. This can happen if you are trying to create a new file or folder with the same name as an existing file or folder. To fix this, you will need to choose a new name for your file or folder.
If you’re still experiencing the ERR_ICAN_NAME_COLLISION error, there are a few additional things you can try:
1. Check if there are any other devices on your network with the same name. If so, try changing the name of your device.
2. If you’re using a wireless connection, try switching to a wired connection.
3. Try restarting your router.
4. If you’re still having trouble, contact your ISP for help.