Ok. I understand, well here a little howto that might help you out ...
1) down the firmware .tar pack from here >> https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=EB7B95C7BA0B809!3006&authkey=!AJzfkuXVFZYAf2c&ithint=folder%2ciso
2) then from a terminal run "
tar -zxvf firmware.tar.gz
gzip -d firmware.tar.gz | tar -xvf firmware.tar " (either one would work just fine )
then go into the folder " cd firmware "
and then this might be a little weird but it works
dpkg -i *.deb | dpkg -i *.udeb
and then wait for all the missing drivers to install.. then check back and see if you wifi card start working ?
If not you can try to use your windows firmware drivers in debian
First you need to get the windows 7 firmware drivers (preferably in .zip format ):
(The first thing you need to do is figure out what wireless card you have.)
Extract the .zip file in a dir in Linux
Next you need to install ndisgtk " apt-get install ndisgtk or apt-get install ndiswrapper-utils "
go into the dir with the win7 drivers and in terminal type:
sudo ndiswrapper -i <your win7 wifi driver name or id>.inf (without the brackets)
next in terminal type: " ndiswrapper -l "
this would show you the driver you just installed..
I would also suggest running:
if all goes well you should have your wifi up and running, next simply restart linux