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Thank you for contacting Intel Communities.
The issue you are having may be caused due to compatibility issues, this because the Intel® Core™ i3-2100 Processor is not validated to run Windows® 10, in addition to this, the Intel® HD Graphics 2000 are compatible up to Windows 8.1*.
The reason you were able to run Windows® 10 at the beginning is because of the compatibility tool that the OS runs before the upgrade, but if you are doing a fresh installation, you may face this kind of issues.
You can try a manual installation of the graphics driver but I can't assure it will fix the issue.
My recommendation is to run a supported OS for your processor/system
For more information, you can check the following articles:
Intel® Processor Support for Microsoft Windows® 10
Supported Operating Systems for Intel® Graphics Products
I hope this information helps.
Thanks for the answer!
I was almost going back to Windows 7 when I decided to try to clean the CPU/Mobo contacts, and it worked (I was not even hoping).
It's all OK now.