I have never used Ndiswrapper for wireless drivers but i have used to get flash 32bit working on a 64bin system. My question is can it be used for other kinds of drivers for peripheral devices such as printers, mice or USB cameras, things of such nature. If if not why?
For Flash you used
ndiswrapper only covers the NDIS (Network Driver Interface Specification) so as the name suggests, it's only good for network cards where Windows drivers follow this specification.
It's not going to help you with anything else.