Simple answer: return your SATA hard drive and get a PATA (parallel ATA, also known as ATA or IDE). You will probably need an adapter to connect a 2.5" laptop drive to a desktop motherboard such as the M10000.
And next time read your specifications very, very carefully so you purchase compatible parts.
You may also be able to get by with one of these: http://www.cooldrives.com/satoidecofor.html.
(Low profile model pictured on a 2.5" HDD)
I haven't used one, so I can't say how well they work or not, but it's supposed to do what you need. If you're trying to cram all this into a Voom-style case, forget this adapter and just exchange the HDD. There's simply not enough room in the case for a circuit board of this size hanging off the back of the HDD.
Never mind the increased potential for the adapter to work its way loose in the harsher environment of a moving vehicle with bumps, bruises, vibrations, etc.
To the rest of you Newbies to the vehicle computing hobby... Heed this warning:
PLAN YOUR SETUP IN METICULOUS DETAIL BEFORE YOU PURCHASE ANY PIECES/PARTS!!!
It's a mantra that has been preached here as long as I've been coming around.
Careful, thorough planning of your entire installation will help you avoid these little hiccoughs.