I'm having problems installing the drivers for internet connectivity from service provider. My computer recognizes the files when I insert the stick but does not want to install the drivers when I click on the .exe files.
I am not sure that you necessarily need to do this, it depends on what network interface you are trying to install.
However assuming it is a wireless card and that you really do require the windows drivers you may find what you need to know on the ndiswrapper page of the Community Ubuntu Documentation.
I installed a 3G USB modem...did the following: There was a problem the USB modem (which the service provider replaced)...downloaded "flip flop USB" from Ubuntu software centre for network recognition...installed "mobile partner"(may have a different name with other providers) for Linux for USB(internet) login...if necessary, make sure that proxy settings are set to "no proxy"...thanks everyone taking the time to read and post answers...hope my experience will be of some value as well