Can you install the wireless adapter with "drivers only" and then use Windows' Wireless Zero Configuration to manage the wireless networking?
If you can't install drivers only, you may still be able to use Wireless Zero Configuration by enabling it in Services. The problem tends to be that, on rebooting, some third-party wireless software takes back control from Windows.
As a generality, all wireless hardware should be compatible because it all complies with 802.11b/g/n protocols. There shouldn't, therefore, be a problem connecting to the HomeHub2.