Using ndiswrapper is usually fairly simple from the command line.
$ sudo -s
# ndiswrapper -i /mnt/sda1/tce/your-windows-wireless.INF
# modprobe ndiswrapper
Note: the -i option is to try to install the Windows driver, make sure both parts, usually two files are at the same path that you specify with the -i option. If you have your Windows directory mounted you specifiy the actuall path to your Windows wireless files. Otherwise copy them to a static location.