Well as I mentioned I spent A LOT of time setting up the OS. Being away from home a lot I don't have the time to do this all again. There should be a way for Windows to populate the System Reserved partition without having to reinstall Windows. I created the partition already. It seems to be running OK, I'll just deal with it until my aggregation gets the better of me.
System reserved is supposed to be in the front of the C drive.
You C drive status says.....System, Boot, Page File, Active, Crash Dump, Primary Partition.
Your system reserved partition says nothing and is not doing anything.
Under a normal installed OS the System Reserved partition would be on the front of the drive and it's status would be...
(System Reserved) System, Active, Primary Partition.
(C:)Boot, Page, File, Crash Dump, Primary Partition.
The one that is System and Active is the one that boots first and boots c: from the information contained in the boot config on the System Reserved partition.
If you plan on using Windows encrpytion (Bitlocker) this partition must be created during install of the OS.
This is why I suggested starting over and clean with diskpart and then install Windows. You should get a prompt during the formatting stages to create it.