I may have messed up my computer. So I tried live booting Kali Linux. To do that I opened up the Surface UEFI and disabled secure boot.
I also rearranged the boot device order to Windows Boot Manager, USB Storage, Internal Storage, and last PXE Network.
Then I booted into Kali. I chose the Live System option. An error occurred when I clicked the padlock button so I restarted my computer, and then tried the installer button. I got up to the point when it said I couldn't partition my USB drive, probably because it didn't have enough space. So I powered off my computer and took out the USB. Then I booted into Bitlocker Recovery. I clicked skip and then pressed the option to restart and use Windows 10. Normally, it would bring me to Windows 10, but instead it brings me back to Bitlocker Recovery.
I tried undoing some of the changes I made, but to no avail. Is there a way to fix this? I also tried to open BIOS settings and reset to default settings, but I can't seem to open BIOS settings and only the Surface UEFI.
Edit: I also reenabled Secure Boot