I will continue to suggest a complete wipe, clean all for most instances where there are issues with the installation completing as it does help, there are too many times in the past where it has resolved installation issues resulting in the install completing successfully to be ignored.
The clear fact that data can be successfully recovered after a full format, to say nothing of a 'quick' format attests to the fact that formats do not remove (for lack of a better term) any code at all, be it Windows, Linux or driver
code, hence my earlier comment.
I have done perhaps close to 50 separate clean all (wipes) immediately followed by a full diskpart format, the format takes 1/3 the time of the clean all so there can be no doubt that the format does not over-write the HDD with zeroes as the clean all does.
As for the clean all being hard on a HDD/SSD, most people will do only a single wipe to the/a HDD/SSD over a life-time so that seems to be a moot point in the grand scheme of things.