Your processor and integrated graphics are not supported on Windows 10.
However, your nvidia G210 does have a windows 10 64-bit driver:
If you are not using your G210, you should be. It can only help.
Thanks for the reply.
I have been using Windows 10 since the first public release without issue - no video or processor issues whatsoever. The video issues have only appeared since installing the Creators Update. Prior to installing Windows 10 for the first time, I ran the hardware compatibility checker, and it reported there was no hardware issues.
PS The G210 failed, hence why I had to revert to onboard graphics.
Nonetheless, your processor and integrated graphics are not supported. There are no Windows 10 drivers from Intel, or from HP.
Get yourself a new G210 or another card that is compatible, or get a new/newer machine that is supported on Windows 10.
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Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
Al Hill is right this processor does not support Windows® 10, it does not mean that you cannot use Windows® 10 with this system but since it is not supported you will encounter with issues sooner or later.
I understand that Windows® 10 was working fine before on your system but as soon as Microsoft start releasing new updates like the Creators Update you will encounter problem for the lack of compatibility with your processor.
One thing that Microsoft recommends —unless you’re an advanced user who is prepared to work through some issues—that you wait until the Windows 10 Creators Update is automatically offered.
I have waited for the update to become available, but I'm still having the same issue. Seeing as I'm not in position financially to purchase a new video card, I'm going to have to try and find a solution for the integrated video.
I have a couple of questions I hope you can help me out with:
1. I have ran the Intel Update Utility and it reports there is an updated driver for my chipset (please see attached screenshot). The utility warns that this driver is generic and I would lose additional customisation added by my manufacturer. I guess this doesn't apply to me as I have done a clean install. Do you think it's worth installing this driver to see if it resolves the issue?
2. I understand the previous points about support and that there are no recent drivers for the Intel HD Graphics, but do you know if there are any older drivers I might be able to try instead of the one currently installed? (Please see attached screenshot for current driver information.)
Save yourself a lot of time and frustration, and purchase another g210 (or other compatible card). There are plenty on that auction site for less than $20 US.
Otherwise, this issue will continue to plague you. There is no support, and no driver to help you.
Sorry for being blunt, but that is the reality of the situation.