I've installed Ubuntu (~EFI mode) in a ASUS Zenbook UX32VD, which has Windows 8 pre-installed. It had Security Boot disabled. I installed grub in the same partition I put the root directory (sda7 in my case).
After installation Ubuntu loaded and worked, great.
But there were 2 other partitions in grub that didn't run:
Windows Recovery Enviroment (loaer) (on /dev/sda2) Windows 8 (loader) (on /dev/sda4)
Whenever I try to load any of the above i got:
error: can't find command <<drivemap>>. error: invalid EFI file path.
I found in Internet multiple people having similar issues: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grub2/+bug/1024383
I tried using Boot-repair (recommended repair) utility from Ubuntu, and I've got 2 new entries in grub called:
Windows UEFI bootmgfw.efi Windows Boot UEFI Loader
They load Windows 8, but the recovery partition is missing. I've tried using Boot-repair more times with different parameters which could make the bootmgfw.efi fail but none added a recovery partition entry:
http://paste.ubuntu.com/1690668/ (this is the last one Boot repair I did. EDIT: This Boot-Repair was using Recommended Repair)
I'd like to know how can I add an entry to grub that loads the recovery one. Any help to make my recovery partition to load would be greatly appreciated.