I have done a fair amount of research, and started of by disabling the secure booting UEFI settings as well as the Intel Smart boot. I partitioned the drive accordingly and when I restarted the computer it booted straight to ubuntu (which was to be expected) and after a boot-repair grub2 was working fine and showed the options for Windows 8. However, after selecting the Win8 option, my machine just hangs up at the loading screen with Sager logo. I have tried multiple resolves to no avail.
The Complete Log URL is:http://paste.ubuntu.com/5686995/
Update: I removed my second efi partition and windows is still stuck. I have tried bcdrrepair and chkdsk. I tried doing a repair with windows disk but it didnt work. I edited the grub file and manually put in a custom entry with a chainloader that should work and still no progress. When I boot it goes straight to windows RE. I check the windows syslog and get a message: a patch is preventing the system from starting up. I also tried a different bootloader suggest by a comment and the same problem occurs.
I have a 750gb mechanical drive (SDA1) and a 256 msata (boot)