Could you explain this a little? Do you have the Acer model you describe or an identical one? If you got another one from the factory, why is it necessary to restore the factory settings? You do need to run the BCDEDIT command with an all instead of firmware to see if what you need might be present.So, I have a new ACER Aspire 5600U all-in-one with Windows 8 pre-installed, Intel core i5 3230M, RAM 4 GB DDR3. For some reason I decided to return this PC to the supplier and get another one (this has nothing to do with the OS). Now have to fully restore the factory settings.
If you have a Windows 8 install on the hard drive, booting to the recovery media and running a Bootrec \rebuildBCD command should allow you to add the Windows install to the boot menu, since no Windows Boot Manager currently shows in the BCD store.
If you still need to restore the factory settings, how are you doing that?
If it would help any, the entry for the Windows Boot Manger is below. You do show this in your earlier listing.