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http://crunchbang.org – A quick search shows that people have gotten that wireless card to work on different distros using ndiswrapper, which you should be able to install right in synaptic.  You might also want to install the GUI for it, ndisgtk.  I haven't really used ndiswrapper, but there seem to be a few guides for using it to get that netgear WNA3100 working. (HowTos)