I put together a linux computer from an old ATX desktop. It is an MB ASROCK|B85M PRO4 LGA1150 board with an Intel i5 4460 3.2G 6M R chip (i686). Forgive me, I am not the most tech savvy, but I'm trying.
So, I'm in the basement, and I tried fishing ethernet cable down, but this house is from the 30s and I'm not having much luck. I went to buy a wireless card, only to find that best buy only carries wireless USB sticks. So, I bought one, only to find out that it only has Windows drivers (I love and hate how my projects can become so labyrinthine from moment to moment). So online, I find that I need to install and use the NDISWrapper program. I think I have it installed, but now I am stuck. How do I install the Windows Belkin driver? I'm a total amateur-hour case and probably need my hand held through the command line stuff. The last time I used the command line was in MS-DOS in 1993, and my old DOS commands don't work here!