First of all, you should not have tried changing the jumpers on the back of the HDD. There is NO jumper setting for Master and Slave on SATA drives, and there is only one actual good reason for changing any jumper on a SATA drive - a reason that is VERY unlikely to be needed for you. HOWEVER, on some SATA drives it is possible to put a jumper on one pin pair that will make the drive appear "dead" when it isn't.
So, first step: go to this WD website page:http://wdc.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/981/p/227,279/session/L3RpbWUvMTM0ODQyODA5MC9zaWQvb3pBZnktNmw%3D#satadesktopjump
and set your HDD's jumpers back to the proper default setting.
Next, go to WyomingKnott's sticky post at the top of the Storage ... General discussion forum here:http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/265764-32-guide-installed-disk-system
and pay special attention to his Step 5. That will help you to Partition and Format your empty new HDD.
Lastly, once you get this set up, reboot directly into BIOS Setup and check the Boot Priority sequence. Make sure only your boot device (the SSD?) is being used (well, maybe your optical drive first), and NOT your HDD for boot purposes.