|That is an older socket 478 Pentium 4 motherboard. Back then, SATA was just being introduced and was barely faster than the later IDE interface. It is possible that even though your motherboard has two SATA sockets, it is not supported by your BIOS version. There MAY be a BIOS update around that does support SATA hard drives if that is an over-the-counter version of that motherboard, but if it came with a factory built system (OEM), you are probably out of luck because they probably were ordered from the manufacturer that way (they may not really fully installed). I doubt that your SSD drive supports SATA I (150GB/s) and even if it does, it may not make that much difference (compared to the risk of a bad BIOS update if it fails) on that interface.|
In conclusion, you probably should either return the drive, or save it for your next system.
You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.