oobetimer is quite right if you insist that you want only a windows boot loader, but since it looks like you have a grub boot loader anyway then why not use that? I think what has happened here is that you have installed the linux boot loader onto the master boot record instead of the partition boot record as required by EasyBCD - it is a very easy mistake to make. Anyway there should be a Win entry in the Linux boot loader, if there isn't just boot into linux and run
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In a terminal.
Hopefully it picks up your windows installation and adds it to the grub menu. It might not be what you set out to achieve, but it will still work. Otherwise follow oobetimer's excellent advice.
BTW Thanks for that tutorial oobetimer I have not heard of this utility before (and have no need of it myself since I don't run windows) but it looks excellent and I have bookmarked it and will no doubt refer to it in many answers that I give to distraught windows users in the future. If we had a smilie for 'Thumbs Up' you would get a double one
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