sorry for the delayed response
your link to the picture is dead, could you please post a good link up?
also, if your ndiswrapper-l command reads something like "device present,driver loaded"
you can configure the network with
sudo iwconfig 'interface' essid 'netname'
replace 'interface' with the actual interface name (such as wlan0)
it will most likely be wlan0 since it is a wireless card, but to confirm, type
and look for wlan0 or ath0 something that sounds wirelessey
it will probably not be eth0 or something like that since that is your ethernet card
replace 'netname' with your essid network name
type any for the device to connect to the network with the strongest signal
then after all that, type
sudo ifup 'interface'
again, replace 'interface' with the actual interface
this should work even with network manager, but it does give a warning message about how n/m will be advised to bring the interface up