lol yeah Nard?
Anywho, look at your hard drive, near the IDE cable and Power plug (inbetween the two actually) you will see little pins. Generally on the top metallic hard cover of the HD you'll see what settings are required to acheive the desired results, but it's all in moving the Jumpers to the appropriate pins. The jumpers and pins are like I said, between the IDE cable and the power plug on the hard drive itself. You could also set it to 'Cable Select' and just put the hard drive on the connector thats at the end of the cable which signifies it as master and the middle connector signifies it as a slave.
Also not only does it have the mapping for the jumpers on top of the Hard drive, but if you look on the bottom of it generally printed on the PCB board itself it shows you which pins you need to jump in order to make it Master, Slave, or Cable Select.