I originally had Windows XP and Windows 8 on different partitions installed along with 3 other partitions. (I am not sure which one of them was logical (if any); I was much less wise about partitions while installing those). Recently, I decided I no longer needed Windows XP and installed SuperX 2.0. My current partition table is as shown below -
Initially, the PC directly booted into SuperX without even showing the grub menu. Trying to find solutions, I used the boot-repair tool
( Boot Repair). It seemed to work fine. It detected the presence of Windows and the grub menu did appear, but only with the SuperX options , Windows was missing from the menu.
I know that it is not normal for Windows to boot from a logical drive. However is there still any way to get the Windows 8 to boot again?