seems to work. Note you must set its jumpers to select Master or Slave function on the IDE port, just as if it were an IDE drive, which makes sense.
Users say this one works well, too, and has Master / Slave selection. They do complain a bit about poor instructions.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812119257
plugs directly into a mobo IDE port to convert it into two SATA ports. But that does mean it consumes the whole port, so you cannot use it to connect one IDE device plus one SATA device to that IDE port. You would need to connect ALL your IDE devices to another IDE mobo port. You need some clearance over the IDE port for it, and it requires connecting a normal IDE device power supply from the PSU.