Yes, connect the HDD, switch the power supply on, start the board and press DEL for entering BIOS. If SATA is set to IDE, leave it as it is, go to Boot menu and set the HDD as the 1st boot device, save settings, restart and see if the system will boot from the HDD.
If SATA is set to AHCI, switch it to IDE.
Ok, thanks a lot. Also, what do I do with the windows already on the old HDD?