The ext4 file system creation in partition #4 of SCSI1 (0,0,0) failed

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I have been trying to install Ubuntu for the past few days.
But every time I hit install, I get this error The ext4 file system creation in partition #4 of SCSI1 (0,0,0) failed My partitioning table for my 1 tb HDD is: 250mb as EFI, 8gb as swap, 400gb ext4 mounted on root
, and 600gb ext4 mounted on /home.
I’m installing Ubuntu as the only OS on an ASUS laptop.
Important note: I did a variety of checks for the health of my HDD, and I found some issues.
But I was able to install windows 10 with no issues.
Thanks in advance,

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