No need to change anything.
I asked a similar question on this forum a while ago. The only difference in SATA 1 and 2, apparently, is speed. SATA drives have no jumpers as each must have its own lead and connection on the motherboard. You can`t make a SATA 1 into SATA 2 or v.v.
All you need to do is fit the drive, partition (if you want to) and format it or simply clone your existing drive if the software lets you.
Be aware you may find the `new` cloned drive may become the `master` or boot drive. You can change this back by changing boot priorities in the BIOS or by disconnecting the `new`drive and booting the PC. After booting once you can reconnect and retain the original drive as boot.