lets try and make what you have work. the way your wrote the ISO is fine, everything else seems fine.
when is the lockup happening after you begin the installation or as soon as you get to the desktop?
make sure the bios settings are all good (that model is UEFI yes?)
- set to pure UEFI mode
- set drive to AHCI
- disable secure boot, fast boot
- disable anything that seems like it's meant for windows
you might not have access to all of those settings unless you first set a bios password (not a drive password).
check all of that and make sure it's all good. if it's still happening i have some ideas to prevent it from locking up.
heres the first one i think you should try anyway.
boot the the USB to the first welcome screen (where you select drivers). select free and then dont hit ENTER to boot and instead hit
" E " you will see a bunch of parameters like
change the ones you know are not related to your setup from 1 to 0 . now replace the word
with these separated by a single space
then CTRL+X to boot