You essentially created a RAID1 array when you said yes to creating a recovery drive. You need to remove the two drives from this array. You will hopefully still be able to boot from the C: drive, but the contents of the D: drive are gone (wiped out by the recovery image). Once you have removed the drives from the array, you will need to delete any partitions that appear on this D drive and then create them anew.
Hope this helps,
The age of your computer can make a difference to what you need to do...
- Power on the PC.
- When BIOS POST screen appears, try hitting CTRL-I a bunch of times. If nothing happens, it should start to boot (power off in this case).
- If CTRL-I works, you should be in a screen where you can remove the drives from the array. Do so.
- If CTRL-I didn't work, power on again but this time enter BIOS Setup. There should be a screen where you can see the drives and arrays maintained by RST. Remove the drives from the array.
- In both cases, after removing the drives from the array, you should be able to exit.
- During subsequent BIOS POST, enter BIOS Setup. Find where it configures the SATA Mode parameter. It will be in at a RAID setting; set it to AHCI. Save and exit. Hopefully your system SSD will still allow you to boot.