Im trying to install Windows 10 on this machine : A lenovo 870176G Desktop Computer. CPU: Pentium 4 Prescott CPU (3,06GHz) Graphics: SiS330 Integrated Mirage Graphics Chipset : SiS 662 + 966 RAM: 2 GB I installed Windows 10 on quite some old machines in the past and as I understood, this P4 supports the NX bit. So Windows 10 should be fine. Windows 10 does install, but keeps rebooting with the "something went wrong" message on the 1st boot. Windows 8.1 (32bit) installs fine and boots into the OS as well. Installing the SiS330 graphics seems to be impossible though...I tried all drivers in compatibility mode and even tried manual installation. Watched many videos and googled a lot today...and as usually ended up here. I guess the problem is the SiS graphics. But as 8.1 works, I wonder if there is a way to force Win 10 to boot. Update: I installed "Windows 10 (IoT) Enterprise LTSC 2019 (x32)" and it installed and booted just fine. You can use Office, FireFox, vlc-player...nice and simple Office PC. The x64 variant did not work. The "Microsoft Display Adapter" is still shown in the device manager, so the SiS graphics are the final "problem". I could then use a Win 10 (1809) x32 DVD to "upgrade" the installed IoT to "Pro".(changing the EditionID via the registry before!) I could install all updates, until 1909...the 1909 finally made old Pentium 4 crash again...because of the SiS.