If you're trying to install Build 10130, it was released on or about May 29, some three and a half months ago. There have been several builds since then.
Build 10240 was released on July 29, and is the General Availability/Release to Manufacturing or if you will, the final version. It's meant to be your everyday Windows 10.
Those who remained on the Insider Program or have joined the Insiders Program since Windows 10 Build 10240 was released have received two more builds; Build 10525 and Build 10532.
With the above information, it's rather useless to try to install Build 10130, since it has been superseded by at least seven builds since it was released. Further, if I'm not mistaken, it should expire very soon now. I'm thinking sometime in October, but I could be wrong.
If you're looking to continue with the Insider Program, it would be better to go here How to Upgrade to Windows 10 - Microsoft and upgrade from Windows 7 or 8.1. At that point, you can choose whether to join or stay in the Insider Program.
I am a little new to this so I am trying to understand the different "builds" you are referring to. I took advantage of the free Win 10 upgrade and put it on my 2 computers within the last three weeks. Currently I am not at my computer right now (using my iPad at work). Maybe you could give me some clarification. I need to upgrade my brain too.