If the server doesn't want to run, then you need to check the IP assigning mode on your computer. To do this, go to Start > Run >
control.exe /name Microsoft.NetworkandSharingCenter. Click the adapters on the left menu, and then right click the connected adapter. Go to Properties > Ipv4. If the IP address is set automatically, then change the settings and input the IPs manually.
After this operation, go to Start > Run > services.msc and locate DHCP Server on the list. Set it to manual start mode.