If I understand correctly, the GRUB option called "Windows UEFI recovery bkpbootmgfw.efi" does boot Windows, but you've got additional GRUB entries that don't work. If so, that's working the way it's supposed to work -- or at least, the way the Boot Repair tool is supposed to set things up. (It's not a very good solution, and I have more to say on the subject on my Web page. This is a problem with labels and with having too many options, not with an inability to boot Windows. If I understand correctly, the simplest solution is to ignore the issue and just use the awkwardly-named Windows boot option. There are several other options, though. Two that are relatively easy are:
- Use a tool called GRUB 2 Customizer to adjust the GRUB menu entries. I've never used this tool, though, so I can't provide further guidance on it.
- Re-run the Boot Repair tool, click Advanced Options, click Restore EFI Backups, and click Apply. After doing this, install my rEFInd boot manager. This often does a better job launching Windows than GRUB does; however, it may have an extra boot option or two that you'll want to get rid of using rEFInd's own methods -- either deleting the offending files or using the
dont_scan_files options in
If I've completely misunderstood your post and you can't boot Windows from GRUB, then the first of these solutions won't do you any good -- at least, not without better understanding the problem and having a replacement GRUB boot stanza for Windows. The second solution might work, but if I've misunderstood, I recommend you post a clarification and wait for further responses before proceeding.