what has your question to do with Solid State Drives, which is the topic of this subforum?
Now to you issue:
It is not a good idea to put a SATA hdd or a SSD, which had been within a RAID array before, into a new RAID array without having erased the previous RAID informations by breaking the RAID array.
Question: Have you set the SATA hdd to a non-RAID hdd, before you removed it from the old RAID array?
If not, you should use a tool like Active@KillDisk to get the old RAID informations removed.