GMA 3600 is not supported on anything above Windows 7: Supported Operating Systems for Intel® Graphics Products
The only thing you can do is to use the Microsoft generic driver, or roll back to Windows 7, or get a new/current laptop.
That's the first useful answer I have received. Although I started in computing 55 years ago, I'm really not up to date with everything any more. Can you explain what I have to do to "use the Microsoft generic driver?" I am still using Win 7 on my netbook. If I use the generic driver will it allow me to load Win 10?
Sorry I'm not more knowledgeable.
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I'm certainly not Al Hill, but I can answer the question. A generic driver is what Microsoft will give you when you install W-10. The generic driver may work for you; there's only one way to know for sure. If you had a desktop, you could install a video card to avoid the problem, but that's not relevant in your case.
Here's my advice, if you enjoy playing with PCs. Using a spare drive -- so you won't destroy your W-7 installation -- install W-10 using the below link to download a CD-ROM of W-10 (download it on W-7 before you switch drives). Play around with it for a few hours without connecting the Ethernet cable to avoid notifying Microsoft. If everything works, you might be okay with W-10.
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Thanks, Al Hill and Paramountain for the help on this case, Jonestheword if there is something else I could do for you please let me know.