Your hardware is now legacy or obsolete, according to both Intel and Nvidia. You see, all 4th- and 5th-Generation Intel CPUs have already been in the legacy support phase, with no new features or bug fixes and only critical security patches having been released for the past several years. And Nvidia had already completely ended all support for all Kepler mobile GPUs outside of archived drivers this past April. That means that going forward, Adobe will now require much newer hardware than yours just to run properly - and neither Adobe nor Intel nor Nvidia will fix those compatibility issues at all - ever.
As of now, there is no solution. And nobody will ever fix that problem any more. You see, the last version of Premiere Pro that was compatible with your older hardware is no longer available any more - anywhere - because Adobe made changes to its app availability back in May of last year. Adobe now restricts app availability to the two newest major versions. And beginning with the 13.x version, Adobe now officially requires newer hardware than your system in order to run properly.
In other words, nobody wants to support hardware that's even four years old, let alone 10 years old, any more.