I've installed Mint about two weeks ago. I didn't try to boot with Windows 7 for a while.
Basically, I'm keeping Windows for gaming.
So.. hm. Four days ago (or something like that), I wanted to play some SoaSE. So.. yepp. Booting Windows... nah, doesn't work.
"invalid EFI file path". Pretty common, huh?
I didn't really bother and just installed Mint (it's only recently I learned about UEFI and what pain in the ass it can be
The laptop came with Windows 7 pre-installed (=no secure boot, I suppose).
Two 1TB HDDs.
And here's the biggest problem:
The laptop did not come with a recovery CD, and the recovery partition is broken! (I should just remove it if it doesn't work anyway...)
So fixing Windows loader is the only option I have.
I asked around on Ubuntu forums, but we didn't really solve the issue, even after the thread spanned to 4 pages.
The laptop is an Asus N76VZ (don't know if it matters).
Here's a log of boot-repairhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/5611902/