Netgear WNDA3100v2 Wifi Adapter on Linux

So I have a Netgear WNDA3100v2 Wireless-N wifi adapter that I’ve been using for several years and now that I’ve switched over to Manjaro for the primary OS of my main rig I need to get the drivers working for it. But, I’ve read that it’s a nightmare to get working so I’ve come to get some guidance. I saw a few articles talking about NDISWrapper and using that for getting the drivers working but, they’re pretty old articles and most of them are on ubuntu forms so I don’t know if they would necessarily be 1:1 with Manjaro. (I’m new to Arch-based distros [I came from Ubuntu]). Thanks in advance for any advice! If this is the wrong format or in the wrong topic please remove it.

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I have installed the driver and ndiswrapper and it recognizes the device and says the driver is installed, but I still have no wireless access with that adapter and can’t configure it or anything. Do you know any way to fix this error? I got the driver from here

Check with ‘rfkill list’ if the device is blocked for starters