Ok, so its ID is 148f:5372? Ralink RT5372 indeed. (You can't always trust device IDs, sometimes a number visible in the ID is a bit different from the actual chip number, but in this case they are the same)
Support for the RT5372 in the preinstalled rt2800usb driver is quite new so it may not be fully working yet - Mint 14 is the first Mint version to have RT5372 support preinstalled. We can try installing a newer version of rt2800usb. Usually rt2800usb is of better quality than Ralink's own drivers, so I prefer trying this first.
You can download a package with newer drivers from here: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel ... 7-1.tar.xz
After downloading and extracting the file, go to the folder where you extracted it, and right-click > Open in Terminal, then run these commands in terminal:
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sudo make install
Then please reboot.
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