Update I thought I had fixed the problem when I found out there was a line in the fstab file pointing to the swap partition on the old hard drive so it was trying to mount that partition and put a # in front of it to prevent it from exacting.
But now after I created a NTFS Partition in all but 8 GB of the unused space and then used the remaining 8GBs for the Swap Partition, my system no longer is faster than booting from the hard drive so my SSD did NOT increase the boot time and actually increased it by 7 seconds, booting off the 7200 RPM 1TB Drive takes 42 seconds to fully boot to the Desktop while on the SSD it takes 49 seconds. Before I added the extra partition from the unused space on the SSD and created a Swap Partition my system fully booted in less than 30 seconds.
Windows 10 boots faster but Not Linux.
Below is my original problem that I solved but my system still does not boot any faster than when I booted from a Hard Drive.
After I messed around with my partitions and changed the size of my System Partition by shrinking the Data NTFS Partition that comes after it my system takes a real long time ever to boot, All I did was expand the System partition and shrink the 1 NTFS partition in order to expand the System partition into it. I also have a SWAP Partition after the NTFS Partition and had some unused space after the SWAP Partition. What I had did was get a 1 TB SSD Drive and cloned my 1Tb Hard drive to it, the SSD was slightly larger so when I saw the unused space at the end I tried to use that by deleting the SWAP Partition to expand the data partition into what space it took up and then using the remaining space that the SSD had for the SWAP partition so the number and order of the partitions are still the same, I did not mess with any partitions before the system partition. I've resized partitions before with no problems, it seemed to happen after I tried to use the extra unused space on the SSD.
How do I fix this problem?
I can't even go back and reclone the drive because EaseUS Disk Copy gives me an error message Drive Type Not Supported and won't let me clone the drive even though it did when the SSD was brand new and unformatted, Why would it just overwrite the target SSD drive?