Last year, I was able (finally) to get Windows 10 running well in BootCamp. My MacBook Pro is a MBP 9,1 - legacy boot. Disk Utility (Mojave) did NOT create a hybrid MBR when I created a FAT partition, so I was thoroughly “stuck” with regard to installing Windows 10 from my USB drive (prepared using Boot Camp Assistant) until I was advised to try using GPT fdisk for Mac to create the hybrid MBR.
That resolved my installation issues. My question is this - if I have a Winclone 7 image of my Windows 10 boot camp partition, and was starting off with a new hard drive, would Winclone somehow take care of creating a hybrid MBR as part of the restore process? Or would I once again have to first use GPT fdisk to prepare the disk? I have read the knowledge base which says “Winclone will set the Mac to legacy booting mode when restoring”. I’m hoping that means no future need for GPT disk.