If running the winsat commands doesn't work, you can simply disable auto defrag then move on. There is nothing super fancy that Windows will do when it optimizes a system for an SSD, it simply disables derfrag (really the only important thing), then ensures that TRIM is enabled (not important at all). If you look online there are multiple ways to force TRIM commands, but again, this isn't important since modern SSDs have cleanup processes built directly into the drive, so TRIM is no longer a necesity. Otherwise if you really want to fix the issue, it may require a refresh or reinstall of Windows to fix whatever strange registry or system bug that got cloned over.
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