Here are the names of the folders/drivers on the cd.
- AX88772B_772A_760_772_178_LINUX2.6.35_Driver_v3.5. 0_Source.tar
pm me and i'll shoot you a link for the files. Hopefully you guys can make some magic out of it.
If yours is based on the AX88772B, it should work fine since there's support for that in the kernel (88772A should work too I guess). The RD9700 driver however, I'm not so sure about. It seems to be a different chipset, but I couldn't find any specifications or more information regarding it other than people asking for the drivers for it.
If you can plug the adapter into a PC running Windows and check the VID and PID of it in device manager (Properties -> Details -> Hardware IDs) it'll be easier to identify whether it's an AX88772-based device or not. (Alternatively use Linux and lsusb/lspci).