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Is there any risk to restoring the entire Windows boot/active partition?

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I screwed up the BCD Store (used in multi-booting Windows OSes), and it could be that the easiest way to fix that BCD Store is to restore my C volume to 12-16, including system state.  My OS is Windows 10 Pro 64, installed on a GPT/UEFI volume.

There are apparently other ways to fix the BCD Store, which involve booting from a Windows 10 install disk and then doing some kind of advanced repair.  So is it wise to take the "easy way out" and just do the C volume restore?

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