WGA600N Wireless N does not connect to the N, G speed only

I have a WGA600N Wireless-N game adapter and a router WRT160N (v3).   I can't get the adapter for games to connect at speeds of G.    I tried to adjust the adapter for games to use only the N band, but then he used to see even the router at all, it does not detect the network period.    If I have configured the router to N-band only, the same issue happens (though ideally I need in mixed mode for my laptop anyway). I have connected the WGA600N directly through the web interface of the intellectual property and has tried a variety of settings, but no help.  I can clearly see in the State of the adapter of game that it is connected to an 11g-force when the value of mixed mode.    I use WPA encryption if it matters.

I have the adapter for games within a few feet of the router at this facility, so I don't think it could be a question of signal strength, but unfortunately I do not have another Wireless-N to test against the router.

Any ideas?

Just to follow up, I was able to get the speed 11ng use WPA2 AES mode only to work.   This isn't the perfect solution for me because my PSP only supports WPA WPA2 not - however N speed for my consoles wireless is more important, so I'll just have to manually change my router settings any time I want to connect any WPA or less peripheral encryption online.   Not perfect, but better than nothing solution.

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