The hardware ID indicates it's a
Chip Number: G72 Chip Description: NVIDIA GeForce 7300 LE
Unfortunately, Nvidia only supports Windows 7 and lower for that chipset, sorry.
There is supposedly a workaround here but I can't confirm it would work for you. You would use the 7 series. Not the Go series.
I used the Media Creation Tool to create an ISO file and that is how I did the upgrade, rather than through Windows Update.
I went to the Nvidia forum and was told to download 306.97 32bit. I don't know if I should or if I should just leave things alone. The person at Nvidia was of the opinion I shouldn't have upgraded to Windows 10 on this "old" computer. Thing is, Microsoft sent me the compatibility report stating that my system met all the requirements to install Windows 10 so I decided to do it.
Actually, the computer is working really well in all its functions with the exception of display, mostly on Internet, being large. I did find another tab in all my fooling around where I was able to reduce the Chrome text to quite an acceptable range. It's only my webmail and my address bar now that's awfully big.
I had one game CD that wouldn't work and that was because it was not compatible and couldn't be fixed, according the the compatibility troubleshooter.
I would be interested in what you think about this 306.97. I'm not a computer expert so don't know if I should monkey with it at all.