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    So either way, whether you leave the current EFI...

    So either way, whether you leave the current EFI system partition in place, whether you restore the EFI system partition first, then do the clean install, or whether you do the clean install and then...
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    Well, I would say try it and see what you get. ...

    Well, I would say try it and see what you get. Personally, I would do a clean install in the standard way. Delete every partition off the drive and do the clean install to a blank, completely 100%...
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    Yes, you can do that, but the EFI System...

    Yes, you can do that, but the EFI System Partition that is restored from the Macrium Reflect backup will not have a valid BCD to boot the new Windows 10 installation from. What is the goal here?
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