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Problem at booting Windows from GRUB2 menu made by Debian for itself

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http://unix.stackexchange.com – I've Asus UEFI motherboard with 2 hard disks, let (hd0) and (hd1). I managed to make my Debian Wheezy on my second disk bootable using grub-efi and it boots ok. I also have Windows on the first disk, which isn't unbootable but the way I have to do it is unconvenient. The problem is that when I boot from the EFI firmware, choosing the Debian-Grub2 boot entry from the colourful menu, GRUB2 can see (using 'ls' and anyhow else) both disks, but when I do nothing after turning PC on and just wait for the Grub menu to appear on its own (it has the highest priority among EFI menu boot entries) and th (HowTos)