I noticed that NetworkManager is more causing problems than helping.
I just did
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rc-update remove NetworkManager
rc-update add net.wlan0 boot
then I rebooted an my wireless network was up and running. I'm using ndiswrapper.
The reason I did this was because I noticed that I was getting an ipadress, but I couldn't connect to the internet. when I saw that networkmanager was starting after I received an Ip adress, I found it a bit useless to start network manager so I just got rid of it.
perhaps disabling the network manager may help in your case too.