Just to clear up some misinformation: Linux does not
use the Windows drivers for any device. All hardware support in the Linux kernel is written by the Linux kernel developers and third parties specifically for the Linux kernel. There is nothing from Windows in Linux, despite the FUD from Redmond.
use Windows wireless drivers under Linux using the NDISWrapper
program (NDIS is the internal name for the network API in Windows, hence NDISWrapper "wraps" up the Windows driver for use in Linux.)
NDISWrapper is a terminal utility, that is it's run from the command line (BASH or your preferred command interpreter) There is another program called NDISGTK
which provides a point-and-click interface for NDISWrapper.