This message means that there is an IP address conflict. Two devices are using the same IP address 192.168.1.108.
There could be a few reasons for this. Either you have another IP device on your LAN (another laptop, a gaming console, IP phone...) that has a static IP configured with 192.168.1.108.
Another less likely reason would be that you have a second DHCP server on your network which has the same IP address.
Take another look at the logs, you should find messages about ARP request collision from 192.168.1.108 for two different MAC addresses. If you look at the MAC address on your laptop (by typing ipconfig /all in a command line), you can identify the MAC address of the other device.
Then you can look at this page to find the manufacturer by MAC address (enter 6 first HEX digits):
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