The 4K stacks warning comes from the fact that your kernel is compiled with options that are limiting the amount of memory it is using. An unfortunate side effect of this is that the Windows drivers ndiswrapper uses may not function with that limitation.
The only way to know for sure is to try and load ndiswrapper and use the card. If your computer crashes, you'll have to install a new kernel. Unfortunately, all Fedora kernels have this option, so you either need to compile your own or use someone else's premade kernels. The NTFS kernels
have been used successfully with ndiswrapper.