There were the drive letters that caused the trouble.
Leave the cloned drive in the computer. Attempt booting to Windows, but turn the computer off 3 times in a row to force it into Troubleshooting.
Once in Troubleshooting, click Command Prompt.
Find the drive letter of the actual drive. It will default to X, which is not the actual drive.
Type regedit from CMD
Click on HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
Click File -> LOAD HIVE
Navigate to the actual drive -> Windows -> System32 -> Config -> SYSTEM
Give it a random name such as CLONE.
Under CLONE -> MountedDevices, remove all entries, except the empty (Default) Value
Click CLONE, then File -> UNLOAD HIVE
Exit out of REGEDIT
Close the Command prompt
Restart the computer.
The MountedDevices will automatically create a new entry with current Drive (SSD) and current active Partition being correctly C: