S5-1014 Desktop: compatibility Windows 10-How do fix my computer tested by HP?

Using the HP Wizard, the action list includes getting my PC tested by HP for compatibility with Windows.  Whenever I click the red button to do this, I get a generic response, saying that the computers manufactured before August of 2013 are not compatible.

My question is how and where to test to see if it is compatible.  My computer was made in 2011.

Is it automatically not compatible?

Hello

HP won't provide any support for the drivers for your PC as it was made in 2011.

Will upgrade your PC successfully?

He's a stranger.

I kill the installation of current operating system by trying the upgrade of winning 10 in your situation. I and have updated PC in the circumstances that exist for you. But I did the upgrade on a system operating second, cloned, SSD. I also had to restore failures Win 10 updates when the user has not taken precautions before moving on to Win 10.

Updates worked, some failed. Updates the system down was recoverable and others had to be recovered by using the factory recovery disks.

Microsoft still does not resolve failed upgrades. HP will not support your PC 2011, if the upgrade fails unless you pay them. HP doesn't support the operating system that is installed at the factory.

Jay

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