This is a laptop computer with a 44-pin IDE connection, so you need an adapter to connect it to a 40-pin IDE data cable AND a power supply. On laptop drives the power supply connections are in the 44-pin single connector; on 3½" desktop drives the power is done with a separate Molex 4-pin connector.
You can get adapters that will let you plug this drive into a desktop machine's "standard" IDE ribbon cable and Molex. Look at the first 3 here:http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=40000353&Description=laptop%20harddrive&name=Adapters%20%26%20Gender%20Changers
But you say you want it connected by a USB port. IF you mean that you want to fit it into an external drive case for use as a portable HDD unit, you need a case designed for this drive type, like these:http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=40000092%201053807124%201054107130&Description=laptop%20harddrive&name=IDE
NOTE that often you must plug into TWO USB ports to get enough power to run the HDD in the enclosure.
However, if you simply want a temporary cable hook-up from the drive to a USB2 port, here's your adapter:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812156015&cm_re=laptop_harddrive-_-12-156-015-_-Product
With it you can connect any IDE drive type to a USB port.