Ghost as Backed up the Partition Info and changed the Drive Partition Info that it as Backed up to. It looks to me like it as cloned the drive. So if you set it as master and remove the other disc it may boot from the one you backd up to
As woodchip says, what you now have is 2 copies of your C: drive - the original and the ghosted clone. Your F: drive no longer exists as such.
You could go into Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Disk Management and go to Disk1. Right-click on the area just to the right of the Disk1 box and click Change Drive Letter and Paths and change the drive letter to F:
In future, if you want to make an image of a hard disk or partition with Ghost, you might consider storing the Ghost image on another drive rather than cloning the drive completely. Note that in cloning the drive you will lose all the data previously on the drive.