Laptop overheats when booting live environment

When trying to boot into the live environment, after selecting the configuration on the first screen, my laptop shows a bunch of ACPI error messages which boil down to a high temperature warning and a dozen different attempts at shutting down, after which the laptop shuts down.

Idle temperatures are generally between 40°C and 55°C on Windows, but seem to spike to 70°C-80°C when booting. These temps seem fine to me, and I expect the laptop will cool down once it’s booted into Linux, so my go-to solution would be to just override the warnings. How do I do this? Are there better ways of solving the problem?

What is the laptop? Year make and model?

Edit: maybe try booting on the live ISO and when the menu comes up press e at the default entry and add this kernel parameter to the default grub command line and then press f10 or enter to continue booting. See if that helps.

acpi_osi='Windows 2019'


GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="acpi_osi='Windows 2018' rd.udev.log-priority=3 nvme_core.default_ps_max_latency_us=5500"