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Above web site includes this step-by-step guide, print it off if required
During Windows clean install you will also need to reinstall computer system drivers
If you don’t have the computer Resource CD (Drivers & Utilities)
Then download them from here
Not all download drivers will be required
Knowing you computer system build spec helps – where there is a choice of drivers
Burn required downloaded drivers to a CD before attempting reinstall procedure
Order of installing Dell system drivers (chiefly the Chipset driver) is very important
After windows & drivers are installed:
Install Anti Virus & Firewall software before going online for Windows update downloads.
Finally, if you have installed any additional software or hardware on your PC, you will need to reinstall them using the relevant application install Setup CDs
Lets take a step back, because it doesn’t sound like you did a clean install?
Using Windows clean install (if done correctly, requires reinstalling drivers)
This will restore computer (as the name suggests) to a clean condition
The formatting part of Windows install process will wipe everything from hard drive
That everything includes All software, drivers, data – the lot
If it was supposed to be a clean install
All I can think of is that you didn’t reboot from CD ROM drive device?
Do not insert the Windows OS CD after computer boots to Windows
Insert Windows OS CD before you reboot, as explained in above step-by-step guide
Just be aware:
Most modern Dell computers have a restore utility installed called:
Dell PC Restore by Symantec, a.k.a. DSR (Dell System Restore) utility
If your Inspiron B130 has the DSR utility & it hasn’t been damaged?
Using DSR will restore your computer to out-of-box condition & it only takes 10 minutes
Post back if you need further help/clarification