It looks like you downloaded the driver file twice, which confused the utility 'tar' a little, but it's not serious. Try opening a terminal and running:
(I assume that you ran all of the commands before you got to the 'tar' line successfully; if there were errors anywhere else, let me know please.) That should do it--reboot and see if the wireless works. If not, again, please post the output of:
sudo make install
By the way, you can copy-and-paste text from the terminal by highlighting the text you want to copy, right-clicking and selecting 'copy.' Then you can paste it with control-v. For several reasons, it's better to paste your output here as text instead of attaching a screenshot, if possible.
lshw -C Network
lsmod | grep rt
dmesg | grep -e rt -e wlan