So, recently, I had a 40 GB partition on my computer that I didn't use. I wanted to install Linux on it, however, I ran into problems trying to install Fedora, Arch, and Mint. Ubuntu seemed to be the only one that worked. After I installed it however, and rebooted, GRUB could not recognize Windows 8.1. I've tried boot-repair, updating GRUB, reinstalling GRUB, etc. but nothing seems to work for me. I can access the disk perfectly fine, and with boot-repair, I get a message like this:
"SFS detected. You may want to retry after converting Windows dynamic partitioning (SFS partitions) to a basic disk. This can be performed via tools such as TestDisk or EASEUS-Partition-Master / MiniTool-Partition-Wizard. EFI detected. You may want to retry after activating the [Separate /boot/efi partition:] option. Do you want to continue?"
The thing is, my C: drive is not a dynamic disk whatsoever (Last time I checked was yesterday in disk management), and the only dynamic disk I have is a 1 TB drive. This is the pastebin link that boot-repair gave me:
Any suggestions would be really helpful, as this is beginning to worry me. Thanks. ;-;