I suggest editing your posts instead of making multiples in a row.
You need to start the wicd daemon (/etc/init.d/wicd) AND start the wicd GUI to get wicd to work. And then it will only work if your wireless card has its driver loaded.
If the driver hasn't been loaded the usual methods to get the card working under Linux will be either using ndiswrapper or applying firmware. Google for your cards name and "Linux" to get more details. If either of these steps are required its also likely that you wont be able to do some of the more interesting wireless stuff (e.g. monitor mode, injecting) with that particular card.
Also check the dmesg output for info related to your card.