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It could be possible the soldering points have come loose inside. Find a way to open the case and look at the solder where the USB port connects to the circuit board. I had a similar problem with my wireless USB antenna. Very carefully try to get the solder fixed if that is the problem and it should function normally again.
For this its really not needed to uninstall the software
log in to the router page and look for wireless settings and get the correct ssid and wep, and set the channel to manual and select 9 or 11 channel . if its in manual the connection will be constant always
if not most of the router u will find wireless settings at the back of the router
delete the wireless profile and right click on the wireless and view the available wireless network and get connected if u r using windows to configure the wireless
if ur using the asus utility scan the network and add ur network, delete the previous profiles and wireless key's are case sensitive