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Posted by Ttech, Sat Aug-29-20 09:12 PM
Boot from your Windows 10 installation drive. At the blue screen where you choose what to do, press Shift + F10 to bring up a command prompt. Then you can follow the steps on this website.
The bottom half of this page shows the commands to wipe all the partitions on a disk at once. After you have deleted the partitions, you should be able to install Windows 10 just like you would on a brand new drive.