The Story Of How This Happened Ok, so I tried installing windows 10 64-Bit from 32-Bit because my CPU supported it, but my RAM wasn't too good, so then I accidentally pushed the power button while it was getting things ready and then it quickly started back up and made a loud sound. I then powered it off because the sound was very loud. When I turned it back on, it tried to recover and then my finger twitched and pressed the power button (because I left my finger on it, but not pushing it). I tried turning it back on then the OS did not want to load. After that I went into the windows options and tried to fix it and did a clean install (and I backed up my important files before all of this), but failed multiple times due to errors. I finally managed to do the clean install, but then it said once more an error occurred and the only option was cancel, so then I clicked on cancel. When windows 10 rebooted, I got a black screen when it tried to bring up the boot screen for windows 10 and it couldn't, so then it rebooted itself to try again, but never managed to. There is one way to fix this, but I need help. How You Could Help Me Well, so all I have is a Chromebook (which is my cousins, but I could use it freely), but I do not know how to run rufus on it so then I could burn windows 10 32-Bit ISO on my USB flash drive. Could someone help me manage to run rufus or another program to burn windows 10 ISO onto my USB flash drive so then I could go ahead and fix the problem. You could also help me find another way to install the 32-Bit windows 10 ISO if you can. This is a major problem because I do huge amounts of work on it and is my only computer. Please help me if you can as soon as possible!