ASUS PCE-N15 Wireless Network Adapter dropping connection and Unable to install drivers

I have installed the current drivers from both Realtek and ASUS and when I run the installers, they say the installation was completed. When I open Device Manager the driver version is still stuck on 1005.22.615.2011, the original driver off of the disk. My connection drops every ten minutes and it makes gaming impossible, I assume this is a driver issue but I can't seem to fix it. I have looked at various forums and tried everything for the past week and can't find any fixes, please help me out if possible.

Edit: In case it helps my system specs are as follows

Windows 7 64
Intel Corei5 3570k
ASUS Sabertooth Z77
EVGA GTX 680 SC+
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  1. Try updating the driver thru Device Manager. Open the properties for your adapter and 'Update Driver'. You may have to uncompress the driver package(s) from ASUS or Realtek and use one of those drivers.
  2. It sound stupid but make sure your antenna don't touch anything i was having dropping connection utile i accidentally move the antenna with my feet hope its gonna help you.
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