I was talking to Jesse about his "What do you mean" comment.
Not you Jeff
Okay. Well, I don't think I have a complex graphics hardware and setup.
One those Amd systems if they are 64 bit. Here is something for you to try if you have a test AMD system and like tinkering and you don't mind getting rid of your data. Download the 32 bit install of Windows 10 preview using Windows 7 or 8.1 system. Write that to dvd. Now using the mini-partiton wizard dvd, delete all the partitions and create one primary partition. I choose align to MB. Then make sure that partition is activated before rebooting. After that is done, reboot press the key you would use to get into the bios. Remove DVD/CD the insert the Windows 10 32 bit DVD. Plug in your internet connection. Now, turn your computer back off and then on it should boot to the dvd and start installing windows 10 32 bit preview. Make sure you choose install updates while installing windows 10 that very important. Now see if you get better drivers from windows update.
You might also be able to install some 16 bit old programs if you have any.