Hi and be welcome!
Can you tell us what doesn't see this drive as a burner? If it's only Windows that doesn't report it to be a burning device, don't worry too much. Burning software still may be able to see the drive and it may work just fine.
If your burning software does not recognize this drive as a burner, it might be that the software is outdated. Updating it to a more recent version (visit the website of the producer for updates) might overcome this issue.
If that all isn't the case, there might be something wrong with your IDE setup. Usually problems like these are rather easy to solve. Before diving into that pool, I'd like to ask you to check the first things I mentioned.