Ndiswrapper has been a no-show in the RPM Fusion repos for Fedora 14. I have no idea what the story behind that is. But ndiswrapper is a tiny program that is easy to compile from source. I would try that in Fedora 14. Make sure you have installed the things necessary for compiling source, get the ndiswrapper tarball, untar it, read the README or INSTALL file, and do the steps. That part is easy. Now, I can't promise that the part about installing the Windows driver will be as easy. I can only say that you should use the driver files that make the device work in XP or W2K (not Vista or later). You usually need at least the INF and SYS files. Some places to get those files are the CD that came with the device, your Windows system's folders, the Internet. The steps to install the driver are heavily documented. Return here if you have problems or questions.