yes. ". I went into the BIOS and under -> Display, I selected 'Hybrid Graphics' instead of 'Discrete Graphics'. This allowed Fedora to boot.."
Some computers allow you to switch the Video card and it may resolve the issue
Just to confirm, I have a test 3 days from now. I have had the same boot issue with the usb getting stuck at "100 percent redhat environment" I recieved confirmation that older iso provided above is still valid. here is a link to the chat with a redhat help desk I had today. https://safe.menlosecurity.com/doc/docview/viewer/docN9724A5E0DE4Eab3cdaccf38d8e1a313019c45d8386de73.... I hope this helps. thanks
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