|Because of the capacities of both mentioned drives I would guess they are both IDE type interface. If you have a drive bay and you can connect the drive to an IDE drive controller then you shouldn't have any problem connecting the drive.|
You will need to pay attention to the positions of jumpers on the back of the drives. When two drives share the same cable and controller one must be designated as the Master and the other the slave.
When positioning the jumper to the Master position you can connect that drive to either connector on the IDE cable. When using the CS (cable select) selestion the drive on the end of the cable will be the Master.
When using CS, BOTH drives on the same cable must have that jumper setting.
As was stated above the RAM must be compatible with the motherboard. Look at the link below for some help with RAM types.