Hello, I have been trying to get ubuntu 12.04lts running alongside windows 7 for quite some time now. I've tryed everything, installed in windows through an exe file, live booted and seperated partitions and then get grub working that way, but now I just gave up and bought a second hard drive reinstalled windows on the original and then when I went to install ubuntu on the other I lost the ability to boot into windows. It would do the loading windows when i choose windows bootloader from bios and then boot straight into ubuntu. I then removed the linux hdd from the boot order and when I tried to boot windows it said windows was unable to boot. Put the windows cd in and ran auto repair (didn't work) then ran "bootrec /mbr" which said was succesful and then "bootrec /fixboot" didn't work said no operating system or something to that nature. Now that I ran the fix mbr I'm not able to boot into anything! I did a live cd boot and tried to run the bootrepair. I get the following message, "You have installed on sda1 a Linux version which is not EFI-compatible. It is probably incompatible with your computer. Please install an EFI-compatible system. For example, Linux-Secure-Remix-64bit and Ubuntu-64bit are EFI-compatible systems." Which is false, I was running it well and installed many things to it before attemptimg to boot windows finding that it wouldn't boot. I then just choose to create a bootinfo summary from the boot repair application, here is the link.
I'm sure many of the things I did where stupid moves and have somehow majorly screwed up my boot order. I've been trying to get this sorted out for a week now and would much appreciate someone with some knowledge to take a look at my boot order and read that steps I've done and see if they could help me out. Help would be much appreciated.
Motherboard - Gigabyte z77x-d3h
Processor - intel core i5 3.4ghz
Video Card - Nvidia Gefource GTX 660