My friend helped me install windows 10 onto an 8GB usb flash drive using Rufus. He made sure it worked by trying it on his own computer and it did. When I got home with the drive, I plugged it in, went to bios settings, made sure secure booting was disabled, had the boot mode to legacy+xhci, xhci handoff was enabled, usb legacy support enabled, and Windows 8.1/10 WHQL support disabled. I saved and rebooted, pressed f11 to choose the boot device and there were 4 options, "Enter setup" "UEFI Dell Recovery USB 8.07, Partition 1" "UEFI Dell Recovery USB 8.07, Partition 2" and "Dell Recovery USB 8.07" I clicked the partition 1 option, clicked install now, accepted license agreement, clicked Custom (advanced), and it said that it was unable to find any drives. I went back to my bios, disabled and enabled the settings I had just explained above, changed the boot mode to UEFI only (didnt work). I had also tried following this, https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/windows-10-clean-install-unable-to-detect-hard/83911a55-c82d-42b6-8369-3d6369fedf5f , but somehow it ended up not being able to detect any DRIVERS, so I restarted and it said that no operating systems were found. I am currently getting my friend to make another bootable USB again. I'm using the MSI click bios 5. If theres any specific screenshots you need let me know.