Nvm. I solved the issue. If you're reading this post if you have the same issue. All you need to do is manually shrink the volume to the size of your ssd or the fast drive plus 2gb for extra padding. If the shrink option in disk management is not possible because the shrink cap isn't large enough. Download Minitool Partition Wizard that enmotus recommended and use it. Shrink the C: Drive so that there's unallocated or free space the size of your ssd plus 2gb. Apply those settings and restart the computer right now. You'll see a different screen but that's okay because it's doing its thing. Now, if you boot up windows next time. You'll see the unallocated space the size that you wanted to be at. Then press "Remove Fast Media" and it should work.