The 965 chipset is NOT supported on WIndows 10. Also, your processor is not supported on Windows 10.
Supported Operating Systems for Intel® Graphics Products (look way down the page under "legacy")
Windows 10 Pro version 1703 is running fine on our Dell Inspiron 1525. 32bit Intel Pentium Dual @ 2GHz with 3GB RAM.
My wife uses it for routine browsing, document/spreadsheet editing and email. It started with Vista and has migrated from 8 to 10 Pro.
The VGA port is supporting a 1920x1200 HP_LA2405wg monitor as well as the laptop screen.
The hard disk was replaced with an SSD but other than that it is standard issue.
Thanks for reading my issue Al. Maybe the documents claim only the platforms MS does verification on.
I'm not suggesting that anyone else should run out a buy a 10year old computer, but I am typing this reply on our Dell without issue or delay.
The fact that a processor or board/chipset is not supported does not mean that Windows 10 won't run; it means that it won't run well. By "won't run well", I mean that only the compatibility drivers are available to support the system being used. This means that graphics performance will not be optimal. This means that disk performance will not be optimal. This means that, well, you should be starting to get the picture. Now, for some usage models - especially simple ones like browsing, editing and email, you may not notice any issues at all. Try gaming and you will start to see the non-optimal performance rear its ugly head.
Ok, back to your issue. In addition to everything else, the Fall Creator's Update has introduced all sorts of changes - and some of these changes have new requirements that many legacy systems cannot meet. What happens then? Well, some are so bad that Microsoft has stopped supporting those platforms completely (and installer will tell you so). Others are best effort. That is, if it works, great, but if it doesn't, well, don't use the features that generate anomalies.
I wish I had a better answer, but this is the reality of the situation.
P.S. The new Driver and Support Assistant does not have all the data it needed to support systems as old as yours. Don't use it.