|First you will need to get the drivers for your SATA drive onto your machine (since you will not be able to use the SATA drive to do it).|
Second you will need to remove (delete) the drive you are removing from Device Manager.
Third you will need to make sure you have SATA data cord, and a SATA power plug (or SATA power adapter) --- I guess you should have checked this first!
Fourth you install and plug in your drive. When windows asks you for the driver for your hardware, point it to the correct file and continue.
Windows will set whatever drive letter it 'likes', that is the one you use (no reason to try setting manually).