Ext4 is the evolution of the most used Linux filesystem, Ext3.
In many ways, Ext4 is a deeper improvement over Ext3 than Ext3 was over Ext2.
If there is another option I should follow, please let me know. I would like to edit the question, adding two more photos to ask for more instructions.
The problem is that when the installation is in that status, there is no progress and the installation cannot be completed.
The Linux file systems Ext2 and Ext3 have now gone outdated.
It is the time to convert the old file systems to the latest one, EXT4.
It’s recommended that you keep /boot in a ext3 partition for sometime. If you have converted /boot file system (or / used for /boot), update /boot/(/boot/grub/menu.lst).
In this photo is the initial screen when I run GParted.
When I click on Device, and then Create Partition table, I have the following message and I cannot continue.
Features include: Delayed allocation & mballoc allocator for better on-disk allocation WARNING!
Once you run following commands, the filesystem will no longer be mountable using the ext3.