You have Win8 on Disk0 which is booted via the BIOS, correct? I'm wondering why it has no System flag on its boot partition like Windows 7 does, signifying it boots itself.
The problem with Disk2 is that you ignored a warning that it was converting to Dynamic disk which is only meant to span partitions across multiple HD's. You must convert it back to Basic, first deleting the extra partitions which caused it to convert to Dynamic. You can only have Four Primary Partitions on a HD. But you can convert one to Logical to add as adjacent many Logicals as you want.
To convert Disk 2 to Basic use free Partition Wizard. The last version which offered this feature for free is partition wizard 4.2 free.zip - Windows Live.
Download, unzip and install to Windows 7, start program, follow this video for How to convert dynamic disk to basic disk with Partition Wizard.
First delete the two smallest data partitions to allow conversion. Did you not notice these are all lettered F?