You require a motherboard with its own (legacy) USB drivers. You then need to adjust the boot order in the BIOS to boot from USB (unlikely you will be able to do this).
Why not dual boot from your "C" drive - a lot less trouble if you want more than one operating system.
I've found dual booting a waste of time. On systems I've had with two operating systems on, I've always found that one O/S is consistently used with the other just taking up disk space and never used.