This is your processor: Intel® Core™ i5-2300 Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.10 GHz) Specifications
Your HD 2000 Graphics are not supported on Windows 10: Supported Operating Systems for Intel® Graphics Products
And, although W10 may run on the processor, it is also not supported on Windows 10: Intel® Processor Support for Microsoft Windows® 10
Microsoft provides a generic drive which may satisfy your needs.
Changing processors will likely not be an option for you due to socket and bios requirements.
If your PCs are desktops, and have an available PCIe x16 slot, you can add a "compatible" graphics card (NVidia or amd -based).
Or, rollback to your previous OS.
Hello and thanks for your answer!
Yes, it's a desktop computer. Assembled on the motherboard MSI MS-7750. Installed graphics card AMD Radeon HD 7700 Series.
The other two computers is laptops. But for them, this problem is not so critical.
Microsoft Support writes about this problem: "Intel did not develop compatible drivers for Win10 for these processors. We have nothing to do with it!"
Intel: "We do not support those of our processors for Windows 10. We don't want anything to do with it."
Damn! Cool! Just great! )))
And what about those who paid money for this equipment? Why manufacturers refuse to solve the problems of their clients? :/
Intel (and Microsoft (XP for example)) cannot support products forever. There has to be a cutoff date. And, to support advances (i.e. security, graphics, new technology), things have to be retired.
No one is stopping you from returning to your previous OS. However, Microsoft will then stop supporting that (i.e. W7) in 2020. Just like millions of users complained about XP support ending in 2014, things have to stop being supported. There is a cost these companies pay to support products. Better to obsolete the old and focus their attention on current and future products.
I am very grateful for your answers!
But I'm looking for a solution to this problem, not the arguments for the protection of manufacturers.
By the way. Today has found an interesting discussion of similar problems. Perhaps the problem is not in the processor drivers. This may be the result of incorrect operation of certain services in Win10.