JDU, it does not appear the 100MB partition is used by the system. Are you installed in UEFI mode or Legacy? If you don't know, look in your boot options in Bios and tell me if you SSD is listed as boot device or if it says Windows Boot Manager. In any case that was not the system restore partition, it would house the boot files. In a legacy installed, it would be named System Reserved, in a UEFI Install it would be called EFI System Partition.
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Also, please right click on the start flag, select Command Prompt (Admin) and copy/paste this in the window and let it run sfc /scannow
We want the results to say Windows found no integrity violations. If it says it found corrupt files but could not repair them, reboot and run it again. You may have to run it 3 times to get the desired results.