Change recovery drive back to normal

I purchased a new pc with a 480TB solid state drive. I decided to add a regular hard drive also for extra storage. I purchased a Western Digital Blue 1TB drive. When I put it in the pc, Intel Rapid Storage Technology popped up. I had read the drive may need to be initialized so I thought this was what was happening. When it was done, it had created a recovery (RAID) drive from the new hard drive. I took the drive out and put it in another pc. It only showed up in the boot menu and said it was incompatible. How can I get the drive back to normal so I can use it as storage and not as a recovery drive?
Please help. I can’t figure out what to do.

Hi Wyandot,

Please try to format the drive and check if the issue still persist.

NOTE: Formatting is data destructive and cannot be undone.

The drive doesn’t show in File Explorer to be able to format. It appears to have been merged with the C drive. Any ideas about how to unmerge it?

Hi Wyandot,

Maybe you should try contacting WD’s Technical Support about this.

To Contact WD for Technical Support

The link below will allow you to call support.