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Thank you so much for reading. I'm pretty desperate for an answer at this moment.

So anyways, I recently solved this issue allowing me to install xubuntu 12.10 correctly. This was a problem with the MBR. (even though I use EFI? :/ )

Now when I boot up the computer, I get to go into grub. OK. xubuntu works perfectly, no weird things over there. But when I try to boot Windows, there is this error: "error: invalid EFI file path".

(Both OSs are x64 and they also both use EFI.)

This is the log from boot-repair. I can't seem to understand why Windows won't boot :(

Any help is greatly appreciated!

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Duplicate with askubuntu.com/questions/267488/…; I've answered there. – Rod Smith Mar 14 '13 at 21:14
    
Indeed it is, as I'm pretty desperate. Thank you very much @RodSmith ! – Cedric Trost Mar 15 '13 at 7:47

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