Dual Windows install turned bad

A few months ago i got a new drive to replace my windows C drive, but because i didnt have another drive handy and some weird partitioning issues, i installed windows to the new G drive via the onscreen install thru the C. This caused the normal ability to boot off of either drive on startup. However, i finally got around to removing the C drive today and now it doesnt recognize G as a bootable drive. it exists in bios and boots fine with the C installed, but is totally dead if G is on it's own. the windows disk doesnt reconize the drive at all. How can i fix this. I'm for once, stumped.
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  1. When you installed the new operating system on drive, G did you partition the harddrive and make it logical or primary?
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