You only really have three options here:
1. Switch to OS X. Impression still works in OS X and the HD Graphics 3000 support OpenGL 3.3 in OS X and Linux for some reason. This is the least practical of all the options since a great deal of technical know-how is required and it might not work at all since you obviously don't have a Mac.
2. Upgrade your processor. The 3rd generation (ix-3xxx) Core processors have HD Graphics 4000 with support for OpenGL 4.0 in Windows, so Impression will work like a charm. This involves partial dismantling of your notebook, which I've found on mine and other's laptops to be a fairly straightforward process once you know which processor to upgrade to and have watched a YouTube video explaining how to access the processor socket for your particular model of laptop. Almost any ix-3xxxM will do; a baseline i3-3110M costs $42 on eBay and will get you slightly better performance while keeping internal temperatures and battery life the same, while you can go all the way up to an i7-3540M for $150 and get much better performance (up to 3.7 GHz!) while still being compatible with your laptop.
3. Get a new laptop. (Only partially joking here)
Thanks for the response. Yea I would like to get another laptop, correct, but we have to wait a while. I will try to get a cpu for the n580 I3 3rd gen.
Jack - I know this is a little old but were you able to upgrade your CPU? I am running into a similar issue with a Dell Vostro laptop.
What is exactly the Dell Vostro model number?
Dell Vostro 3750.
Please bear in mind that Intel does not have Windows® 10 graphics drivers for Intel® HD Graphics 3000, driver are only available through Windows Updates from Microsoft.
See list of supported operating system here: Supported Operating Systems for Intel® Graphics Products