well guys I think I found the problem.
You see, when you try to connect to the computer, your computer probably can't detect DNS settings. So what happens here is when your computer trys to connect to a wireless or wired connection, it needs a ip address and a DNS server. Hope people can explore this cause I did.
The following is done on a computer that is connected to your wireless router by wire or wireless. This means it must have a connection to the router to work.
Go to your command prompt. then type in ipconfig /all. It should show some specs. Notice that when you see your Ip address. Write down the following: Ip Address, Default Gateway, and both DNS servers.
After you see these and write them down, go to your Network connections. You should see 1 or more connections. Pick the one that you connect to the internet with. Right click and press property. you should see a list of connections or devices. Pick the one that ends with TCP/pv4 or something like that. Then press propertys.
Now here is where you get your paper. Click Use the following Ip address. Put in the Ip address, submask, and the gateway ip, or default gateway. Your submask should already type in after you put in your ip address.
Finally it is DNS server time. Make sure you put it in correctly, or it will not connect.
Put in the Perfered DNS Server
Then put it Alternate DNS server
Press ok, then close. Wait and you should be connected. Hope this helps.