Here is the output of boot-repair: http://paste.ubuntu.com/5706404/
The GRUB keeps telling me this while I try to boot into Windows:
error: invalid efi path
I can boot into Ubuntu without problems.
First, which Windows entry are you trying to use? There are three in the
If that doesn't work, you could try another boot manager, such as rEFInd, which tends to be less finicky about launching Windows. Booting to Ubuntu and then installing the rEFInd Debian package should set everything up to work, although you might then want to tweak a few settings, especially if you see duplicate entries in the menu. (Check the
EDIT: If selecting the Windows entry in rEFInd brings you to GRUB, then something (probably the Ubuntu Boot Repair tool) has copied GRUB over the Windows boot loader. With any luck, you should be able to find the original file under a backup filename and copy it back. From Ubuntu, the Windows boot loader (which has been replaced by GRUB) is