Easiest thing to do is just send the motherboard back and get one with SATA capabilities.
Otherwise, you could probably go out and buy a cheap IDE CD-ROM that you could use to boot the OS install disc. Of course if you don't have any drivers for the SATA card, then you're right back where you started.
Foxconn Motherboard IDE only
120 gig seagate sata hard disk
Samsung lightscribe DVD Sata burner
I realized after I got the motherboard that it did not have sata controllers on it , only IDE. I had already bought a sata hard drive and dvd burner. I got a sata controller card with via chipset and I am trying to boot from the pci sata controller card because that is where my hard drive and dvd burner are plugged into. I cannot get the comptuer to recognize the drives. I need some guidance. Help if you can