On my new laptop (Acer tmp645-S-5275):
- reduced windows 7 partition
- installed Ubuntu 14.04.2 desktop 64bit on the unallocated space
On restarting, Windows starts normally.
- started laptop with Ubuntu live
- installed and executed boot-repair with errors
Here is the log generated from boot-repair: boot-repair logs
If I enable secure boot from BIOS, GRUB is shown but windows can't start.
Trying to start Windows from GRUB I get:
/EndEntire file path: /ACPI(a0341d0,0)/PCI(2,1f)/Sata(1,0,0)/HD(2,12c800,96000,f1a7390c70ad8b4b,2,2)/File(\EFI\Boot)/File(bkpbootx64.efi)/EndEntire error: cannot load image.
If secure boot is disabled the GRUB menu is not shown and Windows starts normally.