I have two internal hard drives; 1 for Windows 8.1 and 1 for storage. I decided to install Ubuntu on the secondary hard drive. One of the guides I used advised me to make a small boot partition in the free space as well, so I did. After my installation my computer defaults to the Ubuntu partition and I cannot boot to Windows 8.1.
This is the error Windows gives me:
Windows Boot Manager:
File: \Boot\BGD (It may be BCD [The picture I took with my phone is blurry]) Status: 0xc000000f Info: The Book Configuration Data for your PC is missing or contains errors.
What I've tried: - First, yes I have been Googling for an hour now - I tried to boot from my Windows hard drive thinking that since I selected a bootloader on the secondary hard drive during installation. - The message also recommended I insert my installation disk and "repair my computer" I ran the programs and no luck.
Please, does anyone know how I could restore my Windows partition? (At least have me get in so I can run EasyBCD.)
EDIT: I have just installed Grub-Customizer and the only options available to me are for Ubuntu. Could this possibly be because the Windows Bootloader is on the other hard driver? GParted shows that it is still there.