Windows 10 BCD Rebuld now has two partitions

After BCD Rebuild on Windows 10 PC, it now has two partitions, C and G. C seems to have old OS and files and is the Boot partition while G has the current OS & files. Before I was informed that the PC did not originally have two partitions, I deleted the non-bootable G partition from the Boot List in MSConfig. How do I get the G partition back as a Boot option and why would there now be two partitions from a BCD rebuild?
bm_alvarezAsked:
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bm_alvarezAuthor Commented:
Reran BCD Rebuild again and both partitions returned.
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nobusCommented:
in ms config - you can point it to that partition - also make sure it is active (check with disk management)
as for 2 partitions -  i don't know, i even have a windows 7 drive here with 3 partitions - 1System 100MB - 2 Reserved 128 MB, and 3 primary 460 GB (OS)
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bm_alvarezAuthor Commented:
Originally it was in MSconfig but when i could boot from G and didn't want to have to have them make a choice i deleted it in MSconfig, now i know that was a mistake. How do i get it back in MSconfig? Both partitions are Windows 10.
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nobusCommented:
post the line you deleted plse !
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bm_alvarezAuthor Commented:
The line is deleted but it was on the Boot Tab in MSconfig, it said Windows 10 (G:\...
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nobusCommented:
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bm_alvarezAuthor Commented:
C:\windows is the current partition, after I did the BCD rebuild, that is bootable but is not the current files and programs according to the user. The partition that appeared after the BCD rebuild is G:\windows. This partition appears to have the current files and programs when reviewing it via File Explorer according to the user.

The G:\Windows partition doesn't show in MSconfig Boot tab because I removed it when I thought the C: partition was what was needed and I didn't want the user being prompted to select a boot partition each startup.
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nobusCommented:
and that choice was between c: and G:. ?  then it looks like he moved the boot partition to that one
does it still boot up ?  then show disk manager screenshot, showing the partitions for clarity's sake
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nobusCommented:
difficult to help if you don't post the screenshot
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bm_alvarezAuthor Commented:
Rebuilt BCD
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