So for the past two hours i have been trying to get the Bios to run my USB with Ubuntu Gnome on to run, But it refuses, So i decided to go to the desktop and run it, Right as it's just about done, A damn error happens, The Error Reads as follows.
I honestly have never used Linux before and since Logan is using it i thought i would help the community by jumping into it as well.
I see you are trying to do a WUBI install of ubuntu inside of Windows 8.1. I myself have never tried to even make that work since I dont own a Windows 8.1 disc(and likely never will) but I do know that WUBI is only supported for up to Windows 7 and even there it is so horrible it shouldn't even be around anymore. The unfortunate reality is that you will be better of installing to a separate partiton or into a Virtual Machine. However as you said, your PC's UEFI BIOS likely has some issues booting the disc. It's possible that whatever tool you used to create the bootable USB has stripped out the relevant files to create a UEFI bootable disc. If you tried to create a USB with Rufus and you still have that problem, you might need to disable secureboot or create a custom UEFI bootable usb to force it.
So lets give rufus a try, download it here Then just install it point it at the ubuntu ISO and make sure you have it set to GPT partiton scheme for UEFI computers. When that's done just reboot and see if it boots. If that works just come back to windows and follow one of the many tutorials such as this to dual boot windows 8.1 and ubuntu. Just beware you are likely going to need to use rufus to create a working uefi usb with your PC.
whenever i have issues with USB installs, I just burn a DVD of the ISO and run it that way. I almost never have an issue doing an install from the ISO. As long as the ISO passes the Checksum and the Burned disc passes the checksum after burning, everything should run just fine.
You could try simply writing the ISO to a flash drive or CD, then live booting it straight from the BIOS. That usually the most reliable way to install linux. My favorite live installation creation tool is Linux Live USB (LiLi). It should be fairly straight forward, write it to the flash drive, boot into the flash drive, then ubuntu should be able to hand the partitioning and creation and installation of itself.