Set the drive as master with only one drive on the cable. Place your hand on the drive see if it spins up. If you have too try a USB to IDE cable on another system to see if the drive not damaged.
I tried it in both positions on the cable. Additionally, the drive does indeed spin up. It's been a few years, but I don't think anything about the drive itself is damaged. Since it's an external drive, it was attached to a little interface inside the casing. The USB-IDE adapter part had been ripped off the board by me stepping on it, I believe.
This is the drive and what I've done to "internalize" my Onetouch II. http://youtu.be/JlJ-zh5FW6g