Recently, I installed Windows 8.1 and Linux Mint Debian Edition on a new laptop. Neither installs seemed to have any issues, and both operating systems run well. However, the only way I can switch between the two is by going to the boot menu and changing their boot priorities. Grub won't recognize windows 8, and windows boot manager throws an error if I add linux mint as an entry (using easybcd) and try to run it from there.
I've disabled both secure boot and fast boot.
My grub.cfg does seem to have an entry for windows 8, it just doesn't show up when I boot my computer. Here's what it looks like: http://pastebin.com/W98CdEA9
I've looked for solutions online already, but most people who have the same problem either didn't receive an answer at all, or received an answer specific to their case that doesn't seem to work for mine.
This is my first time dual booting, so I'm not sure what other relevant information I should include, so feel free to ask for anything needed.