I can help with this - I have the X205TA which is the same thing (honestly)
This machine will only allow 32-bit UEFI booting. But, you have to use a 64-bit distro image (I know, I know)
Secure boot must be turned off in BIOS as you did already.
You need to edit your live USB. Inside will be a directory
EFI and inside that a directory
BOOT That directory must contain the file
bootia32.efi If it already contains a file with that name, overwrite it with a new one (the one included last time I made a live USB of 16.04 did not work)
here is a
bootia32.efi file that recently worked for me (clicking the link will download it)
Drop that file into the right place, and now your USB should boot if it's first in the boot order.
If you still have problems, it might be because of how the USB was made. All that is needed is to format it FAT32, erase everything, and extract the iso onto it. Try UNetBootIn which works fine for other folks. (I use the command line but I don't know how to do it in Windows - if you have access to another Linux system I can help)
will may have issues installing. Please comment and I will support you.