Why don't I see Windows boot option after installing Fedora 33?

Here is my partition right now:

I have gone through similar questions including below:

Output of sudo efibootmgr:

BootCurrent: 0001
Timeout: 0 seconds
BootOrder: 0001,0000,0005,0003
Boot0000* Fedora
Boot0001* Fedora
Boot0003* Hard Drive
Boot0005* UEFI OS

Output of sudo lsblk | fpaste: https://paste.centos.org/view/f7d67a35

There is a solution at After install of F32 from USB - can't boot UEFI Windows 10, but I’m not sure if it is relevant to me.

Please help me.

Did you maybe overwrite the content of the /boot/efi partition in which the Windows bootloader was? (In the installer, there is a check box where you can select ‘Format’ (or not to)).

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Hi @florian, let me explain one by one.

  • sda1,2,3 these drives were automatically created when installing windows.
  • when installing Fedora
    • I remove everything else which was left in the hard drive.
    • proceeded with automatic partitioning which created sda5,6

I have not touched /boot/efi when installing Fedora.

What can I do at this point?