If your computer meets the minimum requirements for Windows 10, which are:
- >1GHz CPU with PAE, NX and SSE2 support
- >2GB RAM
- >32GB Storage Space
- >800x600 display with support for DirectX 9
- a keyboard and a mouse
Then it's likely the problem isn't with the hardware itself but rather something else. Another thing you can try is to run the installation media separately from Windows just to see if it throws up any error regarding incompatibility. If it doesn't, it's likely the problem is somewhere else.
Now, whatever that other thing could be: I have no idea. Drivers, programs, files, I honestly don't know.
/ The Cutting Room Floor