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Hello OCN, I usually don't usually ask for help since most problems can be solved with a little troubleshooting. I can't seem to figure this one out, however.

It started about a week ago when the wireless card in my LAN computer (sig rig) (then, a Rosewill RNX-N250PCe) just crapped out on me after turning my computer on one morning. I realize that sometimes parts just stop working, and I RMA'd it through Newegg (will be arriving in CA on Thursday). I then ordered an Asus PCE-N10 wireless card to replace it, and I just got it yesterday. I played some games on it perfectly fine, and had a better ping than usual. Then I got home today and put in the new HD 7850 over my lunch break, turned it on and made sure the card was working in the desktop since I had to still download the drivers. I leave the drivers (13.4 from the official AMD site) downloading for when I get home. I got home and installed the drivers, browsing OCN while they were installing. I get the notification that they had finished installing and I was prompted for a reboot, still finishing up reading a coupe threads at the time. I restart and immediately, it's the same situation as the RMA'd Rosewill card. I can see both of my home networks, but whenever I go to connect to them, I just get this error:

The troubleshooting I've done with this card was done in this order, restarting after each attempt:
  1. Check my password (no luck)
  2. Uninstall AMD drivers (no luck)
  3. Install the Asus drivers that came on the disk in the box (no luck)
  4. Plug in a new router to see if it can connect to a network with no password (no luck)
  5. Connect to my router with my phone to see if it was the router (I could connect the phone just fine)

I'm just at a loss of what to do