|"I can provide more info if need be"|
Here, I'll do it for you: HP 2000-210US Notebook PC Product Specifications
"so please don't answer me telling me that the other graphical components are the problem"
Your system has no dedicated RAM at all, it uses shared RAM (it's dynamically shared, if that helps). Not only that, but the integrated Intel HD graphics generally sucks for gaming & there's very little you can do about it. You may be able to play some games if you select a low gaming resolution & low game settings, but that's about the extent it. It wouldn't matter if your laptop had 2GB of dedicated GDDR5 memory, the Intel HD IGP simply doesn't have the necessary graphics horsepower. Stick to older games until you can afford a decent gaming laptop or desktop.
Here's some reviews of Intel HD Graphics:
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) HD Graphics
"On average it should....allow the user to play older and less demanding games in low settings"
Intel's GMA HD Benchmarked
"In fact, gaming-wise, the graphics were found to only be capable of competing with hardware launched one to two years ago" (written in 2010)