The mobo has 6 SATA ports for connecting hard drives. Any hard drive you purchase for it must also have a SATA interface. The drive you have bought has a PATA interface (formerly known simply as ATA before SATA was introduced) so is not compatible with those ports.
However the mobo also has one ATA port I believe, but it needs a special driver (included on the mobo CD) before any devices connected to it will work. That would not be very convenient as regards getting your system up and running, and anyway you would be losing out on the increased performance that you get from SATA, making it pointless buying a SATA mobo in the first place.
Edited by pip22, 31 January 2007 - 08:30 AM.