Are you using a computer that has IDE drive interfaces? Or are you just calling them IDE when they are really SATA interfaces?
Whenever you change out a drive that Windows is going to be on, that you are going to install windows to, connect ONLY that ONE drive to the system to do the install and make sure it is on SATA port 0 (zero, which in the computer world is really port 1). Do the install of Windows and then connect other drives as needed to the other main SATA ports, ports 1, 2, 3, 4 and so on.
Depending on how large a SSD is that you install I would install all normal programs to the SSD for faster loading. Games may be better installed to larger spinning HDDs. That is really up to you and the size of the SSD.
If you are still working on a computer that has ALL IDE drive interfaces then I suggest you buy a new computer. No IDE interface can benefit from having an SSD. The interface is to slow.