Start by installing it to the main operating system, which is Windows 7. That way, you can connect directly when needed. After that, try installing it to Linux so you can attempt to connect with wireless when using the secondary OS.
Hope this helps.
So I recently bought a wireless adapter. It came with a autorun install CD. My question is do I install it to the main operating system which is windows 7 . Or my virtual box work station which is running Kali Linux . So do I install it on Windows or Linux...