You do know this is the Linux Section right? lol. You really need to be asking on the 10 forum.
Yes you can download a 64bit on a 32bit machine and it will stay 64bit. Look up Rufus on youtube until you find one that suits your needs. Personally I would stick with Windows Programs for windows, and there are many on the windows forum that can advise on that.
You don't transfer to USB then use Rufus to make bootable. You use Rufus, and Browse to the iso via. Rufus, and Rufus uses the iso to make the Bootable USB as I understand it.
If you have a W10 Recovery Partition you might be able to activate the Recovery Partition and Reboot, but this will prompt a Recovery, and you will need to choose all the right options and I cannot advise you on that.
You've prompted many questions that I don't have time to answer right now but hope this helps. One would be: Can you get to the BIOS?
Maybe this will help? Go to this Title towards the bottom, and click he dropdown.
"Use installation media to restore or reset your PC"
If your PC won't start and you haven't created a recovery drive, download installation media and use it to restore from a system restore point or reset your PC.
On a working PC, go to the Microsoft software download website.
Download the media creation tool and then run it.
Select Create installation media for another PC.
Choose a language, edition, and architecture (64-bit or 32-bit).
Follow the steps to create installation media, and then select Finish.
Connect the installation media you created to your nonfunctional PC, and then turn it on.
On the initial setup screen, enter your language and other preferences, and then select Next. If you're not seeing the setup screen, your PC might not be set up to boot from a drive. Check your PC manufacturer's website for info on how to change your PC's boot order, and then try again.
Select Repair your computer.
On the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot. From there, you can:
Restore from a system restore point by selecting Advanced options > System Restore. This will remove recently installed apps, drivers, and updates that might be causing your PC problems. Restoring from a restore point won’t affect your personal files.
Select Reset this PC to reinstall Windows 10. This will remove apps and drivers you installed and changes you made to settings, but lets you choose to keep or remove your personal files.
Gotta go, use google to get some good answers
Edited by pcpunk, 16 December 2015 - 08:25 PM.