rtl8192ce is the chip used in that card, any driver written for it is likely to always be inferior to better documented hardware… go buy a supported card and I suggest you quit expecting support for a card that is impossible to support perfectly to just show up. That’s just the plain facts on the matter.
Intel and Atheros cards are a good bet search the Haiku bug tracker also… to get an idea of what works/what doesn’t. If it works in Haiku it probably works everywhere.
The card should work to some degree in just about every open source OS… as it has existing drivers but if you can’t even get it work in Linux/FreeBSD then just get some compatible hardware. There are working wifi drivers for Haiku, and installing wifi cards is one of the easiest modifications you can do on a PC pop open the case, unscrew the PCIE cover throw it away (or replace the wifi card you have in there that doesn’t work), pop in the card, and screw the IO plate mount on…and move on from this issue.
It sound like to me you have wasted at least several hours bothering with this wifi card that according to you doesn’t work at all it sounds like except perhaps in windows… how much is your time worth?