Resource conflict- pci network controller in slot 09

hi there!
im looking for help with this problem which ive had for teh last 3 months.
basically one day, when i turned my laptop on it didnt log straigh into windows, it came to a screen that said
'resource conflict - pci network controller in slot 09'
press f1 to resume , f2 to enter setup, f1 would take me to windows and f2 to bios.
after this my wireless card dint work, so i ended up buying an external one which i used. now i decided to format thinking it would help the situation, but no luck. ive looked around on the net asked alot of friends but no one seems to be able toi give me a solution. is there anybody who could tell me what to do?
thanks
lefteris 

I have the same problem im my lap (ThinkPad R50e) and i perform the following steps to resolve
F1 --> Config --> Network --> Disable --> F10
then repeat the same steps but enable network
F1 --> Config --> Network --> Enable --> F10
it working fine with me

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