First consider minimum requirements before installing like ram and available hard disk space.
If your system fulfills these requirements then I think the problem is a corrputed .iso file that you downloaded. You can check it after booting from it. Press a key when you see the person and keyboard icons at the bottom of the screen, select your language, then select Check disc for defects. (This applies to USB flash drives as well as CD/DVD media.) It will check your media and tell if any file is corrupted.
You can test the
.iso file you downloaded, too, though even if that is not corrupted, the burn/write could be corrupted. (If you follow the instructions above and it shows that one or more files are corrupted, you can do this to see if the reason is that the ISO is bad, or if it's because the burn/write went wrong.)