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You can try to roll back the driver from the Device Manager, or download a (usually older) driver from ASUS website. However, "limited connectivity" usually means that the wireless connection has been established, but the IP address settings can't be received from DHCP. You can try to configure the IP address, default gateway and DNS manually.
I have the same issue with a netgear wndr3700 BUT here is the funny thing....
The router has a 2.4ghz band and a 5.0ghz band...everything works find on 5ghz but not the 2.4.....
Estava com um problema parecido usando o sistema operacional Windows 8 Pro.
Realizei diversos posibilidades com drives da Intel até encontrar o driver da placa Intel centrino Advanced N 6230 que funcionou perfeitamente.