I think that it can be due of your intel (CPU+GPU) and the nvidia GPU which sometimes did show problems between the intel driver and the nouveau driver.
You can try do the steps that I will post below or wait for another suggestions from more experienced users because i never did run in this problem so I couldn’t text this for myself.
Before you do push in the option to install, highlight this line and push the key e so that you can have access at kernel where you should move down until a line called linuxefi/linux where you would add
nouveau.modeset=0 to the end of the line (so called you did add a extra argument/parameter) - press F10 to boot. If it was the problem you should can run the installer in GUI mode, If it run well and you did a right installation in the next reboot you will see the entries to run fedora, windows… If you push fedora this should not start to due the same problem, so you would need highlight the fedora entry and push the key e again and do the same step one time more.
After that you did it you would go into the fedora desktop and install a package called grubby
Open a terminal and run this command
sudo dnf install grubby
Now lets add
nouveau.modeset=0 parameter to the kernels argument in the Grub.
sudo grubby --update-kernel=ALL --args="nouveau.modeset=0"
Now let’s check that this parameter was really added in the args in your actual kernel
sudo grubby --info /boot/vmlinuz-$(uname -r)
Now you should can run fedora in the following reboots, but you should want install the private driver of Nvidia what you can do in a easy way in fedora:
if you look in the forum through the search option with the words “install nvidia driver you” should find it.
I will add here (below) some links of interest from sites where I did take information.