Nope, SSE2 is a processor instruction, your processor literally can’t understand the instruction Tor gives it, therefore, there’s no way to run it. I had to live with a really old processor for a month and a bit when my notebook broke some months ago. That CPU didn’t have SSE2 support either (because it was old, not because it was different, like yours). To run software, I either had to find replacements, older versions of them that didn’t require SSE2, or in some few special cases, compile the code from source myself. Sometimes, the pre-compiled binaries for programs required SSE2, but the build dependencies (the programs needed to compile the software into a binary) didn’t need it, so I could grab the source and compile it myself to make a non-SSE2 build.