If you have an old haplogroup SNP chip result you may able to convert to a modern haplogroup format using: 23andME to Y-SNP Converter & Chris Morley’s Y-SNP Subclade predictor website. See also How to get YDNA haplogroup from AncestryDNA (Ancestry.com) results.
If you want to find out anything informative you need to find a haplogroup younger then the Neolithic (ended ca. 6000 years ago) or better find as much as available Y-DNA cousins in the last 2000 years.
This is only possible doing specific Y-DNA testing, for a Glossary and help see Y-DNA project help (ISOGG Wiki):
Y-SNP Haplogroup Panels to scan for currently known J2 Haplogroups (ca. 260)
Y-STR Marker Panels to scan for 37-111 values shared with near Y-DNA cousins
Y-DNA next generation sequencing to get a substantial part of the Y-DNA (SNPs and STRs)
- See Y-NGS comparison of available tests at ISOGG Wiki (YFull analysis suggested)