First the problem: After a new 13.04 install, on startup I am greeted with GRUB; I can properly boot into Ubuntu, but if I choose Win7 from GRUB it says Windows did not start properly. If I choose "Start Normally" it briefly flashes the Win7 startup logo and then immediately changes to a screen that says "Windows is loading files" with a load bar (low-fi ASCII style) that completes two cycles and the dumps me back to the initial GRUB screen. If I choose "repair startup" it does the same thing only it pushes me back to the screen to choose how to start Windows (normally/repair startup). I would like to be able to be able to boot Windows successfully obviously.
I have a i7 processor with 1 SSD and 2 HDs. Windows 7 is installed on the SSD and was done in UEFI mode.
In preparation for my first install of Ubuntu I shrank the NTFS volume on the SSD and one of the HDs from within Windows using the "Disk Management" tool to allow unpartitioned space for / and swap. I made to sure to restart and boot back into Windows afterwards to allow it to repair/shift data as necessary. I created a bootable USB drive with the 13.04 ISO and booted in UEFI mode and installed Ubuntu, with / on the SSD and swap on the HD (leaving some additional unpartitioned space on the HD for future use).
After install I was greeted with a prompt saying WIndows didn't boot properly last time, with an option to repair startup or boot normally, neither of which properly booted Windows. After looking in my BIOS I realized I never turned off Fast Boot (which I understand can sometimes cause issues), I turned it off but nothing changed.
I next booted up the Live version of Ubuntu from USB and ran Boot Repair, my paste is http://paste.ubuntu.com/5766693/
After the Boot Repair I was instead greeted with GRUB and am able to boot into Ubuntu, but unable to boot into Windows with either Grub option for Windows (one says "Windows Boot UEFI Loader", the other says "Windows UEFI bkpbootmgfw.efi") both give the above descibed problem behavior.