Q45/Q43 is OpenGL 2.0 and is the best you can do. View "Older Graphics Products" here: Supported APIs and Features for Intel® Graphics Drivers
If you have a desktop with an available PCIe slot, you can add a card.
However, your best approach would be to get a new PC.
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That is correct the Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Express Chipset supports OpenGL 2.0 and you will need a system that supports up to 3.0, as Al Hill mentioned above if you have a PCie slot you can buy a graphics card for you system, other than that you will need to buy a new computer to work with this type of software.