OpenGl 2.0 is the best you can do. Look under "Older graphics products" in this link:
And, it is not supported on Windows 10, which ultimately Microsoft will make you upgrade to, regardless of whether or not you want.
Look way down this link under "Legacy graphics products":
Yes, you may be able to add a PCIe graphics card, but with a computer this old, you will likely have compatibility issues.
My best recommendation is to get a current/new computer,
could you name a computer that has all of the specs that I need to be able to get opengl 3.0
I don't really want to spend a whole lot so like maybe $300-$400
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Thank you very much to Al Hill for all the details posted previously.
I just wanted to confirm the above information as correct. In regard to your inquiry, you can always build or purchase a computer where by checking the specifications on the processor shows that it supports OpenGL versions higher than 3.0, on the following link you will see the OpenGL version supported by each generation of Intel processors, you will find different prices and options:
Any further questions, please let me know.