From what I understand ( and I am often wrong!) the driver is made available, but is actually proprietary and can't be directly included. ( I'm sure i will be corrected soon! ) Anyway, further searching seems to indicate that the correct driver was the STA version. It is available here
Originally Posted by Tomween1
read the readme first. It is well explained, but may be more that you want to try.
Anyway, how about going to the terminal Applications>>Accessories>>Terminal and copy/paste the outputs of the following back here.
Those a lowercase L not 1's. Please post these with the use of the code tags (#) for readability.
sudo lshw -C network
sudo iwlist scan
Forgot you don't have ethernet, however you are communicating you can simply use a usb key and do something like this
You can convert your terminal output to a text document easily:
sudo lshw -C network > lshw.txt
Then you will find a text document in your /home/user directory, in this case lshw.txt, which you can drag-n-drop onto a flash drive and see it in Windows with, IIRC, wordpad repeat with different names for each of those above.