Frustration with USB Boot device
Sometimes I have faced the same problem. As a suggestion, create the USB using the CLI or by the Interface instead of flash the ISO file into a device with Rufus. You may need to know that the secure boot sometimes is a headache so if you can enable the legacy BIOS mode then do it and try booting from the USB device again.
To perform a restoration over a different machine you have to know that it's not a good choice because Windows the most times will crash due to detecting different hardware, so you will need to repair the OS. We usually restore over similar hardware but sometimes this isn't possible, for this reason for each customer we'd create a procedure where we have a machine with similar hardware is prepared for a quick start-up but this isn't possible sometimes because many servers are quite expensive so the cost cannot be assumed by the company. In this case, we restore directly from the backup to a VMware host, and most times this works.
I hope this will help someone who's looking for a solution to this problem in the future.