I do not know if the ndsiwrapper driver is included with the LIveCD. Here is a post about your card in the Ubuntu forums:
and what does that thing u said mean?
There is a module available for the Linux kernel which allows reading the files from your Windows partition (some even allow writing to the windows files). This module is not built in most distrobutions kernels, but can be added. You must then mount the partition to a pre-created mount directory. I realize that this is probably information/instructions which sound totally foreign to you right now. If you can remember the first time you ever tried Windows, you may feel/experience a lot of confusion. You are going to have to do some reading/experimenting. The link I provided above for the Ubuntu Community forums is an excellent place to get information, and there is an Ubuntu forum here at LQ. However, here is the commands to mount your Windows partition:
1. You can create a mount point anywhere you want to. Lets put it on your desktop for easy access. Type this from a command line:
mkdir /home/user/Desktop/Windows (where user is your user name)
This should put an empty file icon on your desktop.
2. From the command line as root, type this:
#mount -t NTFS /dev/hda1 /home/user/Desktop/Windows
This will put the files from the partition into the folder you created on your desktop. However, if you do not have the NTFS module, you will get an error that says:
Hope this helps