Windows 8 Dual Boot on standard bios (Without UEFI)

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I am using old computer standard phoenix BIOS, it does not have UEFI.
I was installed Windows 8 first, then Ubuntu.
When grub installed, I can’t access Windows 8 anymore.

update-grub can’t find my windows, bootrepair can’t repair.
After tried grub-customizer. Grub customizer can find windows partition and added entry grub config. But windows 8 can’t boot. Grub menu gives this screen:

Also I tried fixmbr and rebuildbcd, they do not solve the problem.

My bootinfo at


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