Depends on the chip they used in it broadcom / connexant / atheros / bcm43xx or ipw2200 ?? you get the idea.
If not you can always use " ndiswrapper -i bcmwl5.inf " and replacing the bcmwl5.inf with the correct windows *.inf driver for it.
You also have the option to use a normal wifi router and connect via network cable eth , cat5/6 or to use the electric wall plug network that uses the electric cables in the house to carry the internet / network.
Hope this helps.