|Then either the SATA controller is defective or disabled, the cable is bad, or you don't have power to the drive. |
Did you check the BIOS to verify the SATA controller/s is/are all enabled? Remove all jumpers from the back of the drive.
Shuttle is out of business and I haven't tried to find specs on that board to know if it supports SATA II or not.
There were some motherboards when SATA was first introduced that only did RAID and wouldn't run single SATA drives.
Even if that isn't the case the BIOS settings may be set for RAID, which you don't want.
How many SATA ports are on the board? Are there two different color ports? If so, you may have both a normal SATA controller and a SATA RAID controller.
Try a different SATA port if available. If the ports are numbered, use the lowest number. Verify power is working. Do not tightly fold the data cable. Make sure cables are fully seated.