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At present, only 7 Series and later chipsets and 3rd generation and later Core processors are supported on Windows 10. In fact, some facets of the 7 Series chipset - like RST - are not supported on Windows 10.
Your board utilizes a 4 Series chipset and a pre-Core processor (in this case the older Core2 Duo or Core2 Quad). No support for Windows 10 is provided by Microsoft or Intel. More specifically, chipset-based graphics is not supported on Windows 10 (and there's certainly no OpenGL support).
Your board is approaching 9 years of age; time to upgrade.
Whatever you get in the Microsoft generic driver is all that you will get.
Now, with a desktop, if you have an available PCIe x16 slot, you might be able to find a compatible nvidia or amd add-on card. However, newer cards (PCIe x16 3.0)are not necessarily backward compatible (PCIe x16 2.0) and may not work. And, with the price of video cards today, this can be costly. Or, you can find an older card on the used market.
Other than that, a new desktop is in your future.