|OK so the 130.xx.xx.xx is a LAN IP that someone (you??) manually set the PC to ???|
If so then you either need to reassign each PC on the other network to have IPs in the same subnet as the first network, i.e 192.168.1.x or you need a router to "route" between the networks if you want to keep the 130..xx.xx.xx subnet.
You would need to set up routing tables in that case either statically or using a routing protocol like RIP to allow the router to route between the two..