Fedora 38 does not start on the Acer laptop

I have an Acer Extensa 15 laptop and Fedora W38 won’t run on it, but it works on other computers.
Acer Extensa 15 performance:
CPU: Intel Core i3-1215U (6 cores, 3.3 - 4.4 GHz)
RAM: 8 Gb (DDR4)
SSD: 256 Gb

Other computers have worse performance, but it works on them. I also installed a different Linux distribution on my Acer Extensa 15 and it worked

You should provide enough detail to allow others to reproduce the problem.

Can you boot the “Live” system? If so please provide the output of inxi -Fzx (as searchable text). If not, search for your model on the Linux Hardware Database (LHDB) and post the link to an entry for the same model. LHDB will also tell you what works for others.

If you have a problem booting the Live System, did you follow the steps to verify the download and how did you copy the file to bootable media (USB key?)?

It likely isn’t hardware issues per se, but could be related to non-open source hardware/firmware, especially with laptops. Searching the Linux hardware database is one way to see if anyone else has your type of hardware. I have a Lenovo which has non open firmware for the wireless that affects installation of Fedora as a result. As a rule of thumb, if you can get one distro of linux working on something then you can also get Fedora working.

Note that Fedora is more careful about proprietary software than other distros, so getting Fedora working may require use of non-free packages. You can often find names of the driver modules required for your hardware from LHDB. If Fedora doesn’t provide one you need, look to rpmfusion