Disk Utility doesn't like the partition scheme used on your HDD. I don't know why, I don't know much about hard drive partitioning. I keep my OS on separate drives. It looks really messy, two recovery partitions and one "OEM partition" whatever that is. And Disk Manager shows them all as 100% free which can't be right. Those "128 MB unallocated" barrier-partitions are normal though.
I see a 260MB EFI partition, Windows must be installed in UEFI mode, and your drive uses GPT (GUID Partition Table, as opposed to MBR). I wonder if that has anything to do with it.
The 29.05GB partition is for OS X right? Try configuring it as unallocated in the Windows Disk Manager and see what Disk Utility has to say about it then....I doubt it will help but I really don't know. It's something to try.
Hopefully someone who has a better understanding of hard drive partitioning and UEFI/EFI/MBR sees this thread.