So, I've been looking all over the place for a fix to the issue im having and I havent been able to find anything. I installed an m.2 SSD into my nephews computer and I went to clone the main HDD to the SSD using Macrium Reflect. It failed, and after spending around an hour googling for what the error codes meant and how to resolve them I decided to just to a clean windows 10 install in the SSD. I turned off the PC and unhooked the old HDD and left only the SSD hooked up, and booted from my windows boot media, but it turns out the cloning process cloned the system reserved partition or volume to the SSD already, so windows 10 wont do an install onto it, and furthermore, I cannot, by trying any method I've come across find a way to get rid of the partition or volume in any way...on top of that, I also converted the volume to a dynamic volume, is this SSD now just bricked and useless? Or is there some way to get rid of this partition without just having to get a new SSD?