Hello! So, I have an annoying issue. Here are the particulars of the situation:

-Surface Pro 4
-No OS installed
-USB (8 GB and 64 GB)
-Windows 10 has been burned onto it as a bootable USB and is working perfectly, I just installed it on a different PC
-My touch screen is unresponsive
-My type cover doesn't work
-The USB port works, but putting a USB hub into it doesn't work
-If I could use my touch screen, my type cover, or an external keyboard while also having the Windows install USB on it, all my problems would be solved (but that doesn't seem to be feasible).
-Remix OS, Linux, Windows, etc. bootable USBs don't work
-I've tried booting into Remix OS on a different PC and running through the setup steps but it doesn't seem to be loading right now

So, how do I: install Windows/Linux/Remix OS without a keyboard or mouse OR how do I get a USB hub to work with the bootable USB OR get my touch screen to work, considering the circumstances?

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Solution I found

On my other PC:
-Extracted my install.esd file from my Windows ISO file, converted it to an install.wim file with DISM
-Created .VHDX file with Computer Management and named it "windows.vhdx", mounted it
-Applied the install.wim file to the mounted .VHDX's directory
-Detached the .VHDX file
-Copied it to my MicroSD card

On my Surface Pro 4
-Inserted my Windows bootable USB
-Removed it and inserted my keyboard after it launched, clicked "Next", then "Install"
-Quickly removed the keyboard and reinserted my Windows bootable USB while Setup started up
-Inserted my mouse, clicked Next, clicked Clean Install
-Detached my mouse, inserted my keyboard and clicked Shift+F10 which opened Command Prompt
-started diskpart, selected disk 0, ran the following commands in order of first to last:

convert gpt
create partition efi size=100
format quick fs=fat32 label="System"
assign letter="S"
create partition msr size=128
create partition primary
format quick fs=ntfs label="Main"
assign letter="M"

-I ejected my microSD card from my other computer (not my Surface Pro 4), which I had inserted to my PC through a MicroSD to SD card converter that I inserted into my SD Card port
-Then I took my MicroSD from my Micro SD to SD Card converter and inserted it into my MicroSD port on my Surface Pro 4
-Copied the .VHDX file from my MicroSD card to my primary partition/volume ("M")
-Opened diskpart and attached the vdisk with the following commands:

select vdisk file=M:\windows.vhdx
attach vdisk

-Attached the vdisk's volume with the following commands:

list volume
I figured out which volume belonged to my newly attached vdisk
select volume 3
assign letter=v

Added boot entry

bcdboot v:\windows /s S: /f UEFI

Removed my USB and rebooted my PC

Credit and my thanks goes out to Microsoft and The IT Bros for providing me with the information I needed to do this convoluted stuff. I'll post links to the relevant articles below.

The IT Bros, "How to Convert .ESD to .WIM File on Windows 10", February 10, 2018
Microsoft, "https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/manufacture/desktop/boot-to-vhd--native-boot--add-a-virtual-hard-disk-to-the-boot-menu", January 28, 2018