You need to check as to what type of wireless card you have. You listed the ethernet controller, not the wireless LAN card. To do that in Ubuntu open up the console and issue the command:
sudo lshw -C network
It will return information about your card types. You should see one listed with Wireless LAN controller in the list. That will tell you the type and then you can check specifically for which driver you need.
Also, with Ubuntu if you go to "System -> Administration -> Hardware Drivers" you can check for and install proprietary drivers...Ubuntu will handle all of that if it has the correct driver in the repository.
If you want to use your Windows driver you can. Check the Ndiswrapper doc/howto in the Ubuntu community pages:
Hope that helps!