You'll be better off sadly starting a fresh install to the SSD.
Disconnect all Spinning drives leaving only the SSd connected, and in SATA port 0 or 1, however your MOBO lists the 1st one.
Let Win 7 create the partitions and everything wuill have the correct alignment for your SSD.
Once Windows 7 is installed, shut down and reconnect your spinning drives.
Acronis does fine maintaining alignments for SSD's IF you Image the ENTIRE SSD drive , and not just a partition.
So once you get everything installed and good to go, just BAck up the entire SSD, including the Windows little 100MB partition, and youll have no issues with alignments.
From my understanding, imaging over to a SSD form a partition copy of a reg. HD comes with issues, and aligment problems.
i know this probably isn't what you want to hear, but fresh instal would likely be the best option. ..
maybe others have something more positive to share.
these are the same steps I took (and was advised to take) when I got my SSD.