IP Conflicts are usually caused for a few simple reasons: Overlapping static addresses. Somewhere you have a static address that is not excluded from your DHCP scope. Your routers DHCP scope might be set too small. A laptop went into sleep/hibernation and woke in a different network. Having multiple adapters. Having an alternate ip address configured incorrectly. You might have your router and modem both running DHCP. Router/Modem needs a firmware update.
Most ip conflicts sort themselves out. If it keeps happening, then you have something configured wrong somewhere.
If you’re not using that Virtual Wifi miniport, then I would disable it.
I’d go into your routers configuration page, and make sure your LAN is configured correctly. My router from Verizon shows me every device that has connected to it and gives me their ip and MAC addresses.
Next time you see an ip conflict error, go into command prompt and run ipconfig /all , on each machine and see what ip addresses you are getting/ see where the conflict is happening.