If you really want to try the jumper solution you can try (not sure if it will work) to delete all partition using a third party program and boot from it to delete an d zero fill your partition then after it is empty and no parttion you can try to use the jumper to see if it will be recognize.
Step 1: Take the jumper out
Step 2: remove your old HD and only connect your new one
Step 3: using your third party program (DBAN, WD Lifegard ect) boot from it and erase everything on it
Step 4: Once you drive is empty and unallocated turn off your computer
Step 5: Put the jumper in position 7-8 and restart your computer to see if the BIOS detects it
Step 6: if detected in BIOS connect your old drive and see if windows can now see it
Step 7: if windows can now see it you can now prepare and format the drive like normal
Hope all this will help resolve your problem
Forgot to add that if using the jumper solution you can only have one partition on the HD
Edited by Alzeimer, 27 June 2013 - 07:19 AM.