Uninstall the IDE device driver for the IDE controller that the drive is connected to. (not just the primary & secondary chains, but the entire IDE controller).
This will force windows to reinstall the ide driver & redetect the appropriate transfer modes for each devices.
Shutdown your PC.
When it's off, unplug the IDE cable that is connected to your problematic drive. Carefully plug it back in firmly. Repeat for each plug on the cable (including the motherboard).
Then restart your computer
After it detects the right driver, then restart your computer again.