Dual-boot setup within terminal (newbie)

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    Hi there, this is my first time setting up Arch Linux that wasn't Manjaro, so I apologize for my lack of knowledge. I followed this guide alongside the install guide on archlinux.org to set up the system. I have three hard drives in my computer, one of them contains my Windows install Everything is installed, I can boot into the terminal with no GUI and GRUB is showing up when I boot my system, but I cannot figure out how to mount my Windows boot (?) to my /efi folder I made. When I run grub-install, os-prober runs but does not find my Windows boot. running grub-install (or whatever command it is, forgot the name), it tells me that the drive is not EFI when I mount any of the partitions of my Windows boot drive. It works when I mount the EFI partition on my Linux drive, but nothing else. The images below sadly had to be captured off of my phone, but shows what cfdisk shows me. None of them are labelled aside from HPFS/NTFS/exFAT, no difference aside from the Recovery partition. Any idea where I went wrong? Thank you!

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