I'm not sure exactly what you did but the disk configuration is all wrong. You have a factory preinstall on Disk0 which has somehow had it's boot files derailed to Disk1, as signified by the System Active boot flags.
What I would do is unplug Disk1 and run Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times
to repair or rewrite the System boot files to Disk0. Since Recovery is marked Active we have to assume that's where they belong, but if all that does is trigger factory Recovery or fails then I'd Mark Partition C Active
before running the 3 Repairs again until it starts and flies the System flag.
If you save backup images to Disk1 and don't really need the factory partitions anyway, then I'd strongly consider deleting them all during a Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7
to Disk 0 while Disk 1 is unplugged, following the steps in the tutorial to get a perfect reinstall of factory OEM without the corrupting bloatware.
Whichever you decide, after Disk0 has it's System boot files again then you'll want to Mark Disk1 Inactive
so it can't interfere again.