I've just installed Arch Linux on to a new set of partitions on my Windows 8 machine. In doing so, I created a new 512MB EFI partition for Linux to load from, leaving the existing Windows EFI partition untouched. (I'm not sure if this was the right thing to do.)
Now systemd-boot isn't recognizing my Windows installation. It's not a huge problem, since I can still get into the Linux bootloader from within Windows, but I'd like to be able to stick to one bootloader if possible.
How can I get systemd-boot to recognize my Windows bootloader? Is it matter of copying files across from one partition to the other? Or do I need to combine them in some way?