**Turns out it can boot to usb! I now have dual booted!
Sir, you don't know my situation, first of all I'm running windows 10, not Linux (yet), so i cant use dd. Second of all, I cannot boot to USB, neither do I have a CD drive. I was wondering if i could use the HDD mode in Unetbootin so i can install Ubuntu Mate (Mah-Tay).
I'm just scared of messing up my boot loader, as this is my only fast machine that i can use as well as my primary.
Also, I intend of using Linux on a daily basis, so Virtual box would not be very useful.
I'm running Windows 10
Intel Celeron at 2.6 Gigahertz
4 GB of ddr3 RAM
And some sort of onboard Intel graphics thing. I don't know neither do i think anyone cares
My PC model is the Acer Aspire es1-511.
(Also, how are you running Chrunchbang when it is out of date and replaced by BrunsonLabs?)