Forget about "system reserved" it just has the boot manager ( file \bootmgr) and bootmenu (file \boot\bcd)
Old C has this stuff as well. New C (SSD) hasn't yet (if you did clean install, it puts bootmenu in active partition so on system reserved).
You already marked New C (SSD) active... so it's bootable. (SSD) works fine ... your working on it, but boots from system reserved.
If you boot now from SSD...
- It can't find file bootmgr and bcd file. So it says something like "bootmgr missing"
- In case it has all boot stuff it boots fine.
So we have to prove it actually boots or tries to boot from ssd.
Step to do:
- eject DVD from drive.
- Put CD/DVD on top of boot priority
- Put eSATA as second option.
- Put harddisk as third option.
Save it and boot. What happens? What error message?
Most likely it gives "bootmgr missing". Put Harddisk on top again in bios boot priority and system boots fine again.