I'm really stumped on this one. It's a Dell Inspiron B130, about 5 yrs old, given to me by a neighbor. I wiped the HD, reinstalled XP through SP3, with all updates. Typed the service code (D19RPB1) into support.dell.com. I click the "Sys Config" tab to see how it came from the factory and it gives me bezels?, screws?, I want to know what HW it has, specifically the wireless card. Under "drivers & downloads" > Network it says "Intel Prowireless connection". I get the driver, install, reboot, and it doesn't work. Under device manager > network adapters is only one entry: Broadcom 440x 10/100 Integrated controller. Is there supposed to be anothe entry here for 'wireless'? I see a post on a help forum that a Dell 1470 internal wireless card was also used on some of these models. So I try that driver...no joy. I dwnld HWINFO32 & run. Under network, it only shows Broadcom BCM4401 Netxtreme fast ethernet controller. I remember the wireless card working before I erased the HD. Has it stopped working? Is it toes-up? Is it disabled somehow? I'm out of ideas. Please advise! Thanks.