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What the title says really. I have a Netgear WNDR3400 Dual Band router, both G and N active, N SSID is broadcasting, using WPA2. On two computers now, at the initial setup they connect fine, but when restarted, they see the N band but won't automatically connect to it. Both have full signal, and are set to connect automatically. The password's saved, selecting the network from the drop-down list gives me the "connect" button and when pressed both computers connect with no trouble, they just won't connect to the N band without user input. They'll both connect to the G band automatically with or without the SSID broadcasting. Not using anything on either computer other than the basic Windows network assistant, no NIC-specific software. Anyone have any ideas? Googling has only given me suggestions to update connection software for the individual NICs, but I'm not using that in the first place.