Samsung really doesn't care what hard drive you install to.
Think about it this way. What if the original hard drive crashed and had to be replaced. You'd be reinstalling Windows on another hard drive, right?
So. Here is the easy way to do this.
- Read the manual for your laptop. Get to know your hardware. This is always important. For example... is this your laptop? Because there is a downloadable manual right there. In chapter 4 they describe the tools that Samsung provides for backing up your system. Unfortunately, in your specific case, unless you were provided with System Restore Media (as per the end of chapter 4), there is no procedure described in your manual for reinstalling Windows onto another hard drive. Which means you would have to A) attempt to clone your existing installation onto the SSD or B) contact Samsung and purchase the System Recovery Media for your system or C) try the backup procedure described in chapter 4 and see if you can restore the backup onto the SSD after performing Step 2 below and BEFORE you erase the original drive.
- Remove the existing hard drive, and put the SSD in the slot it occupied. Boot to the recovery media, and perform the factory recovery procedure reinstalling Windows onto the SSD.
- Put the original hard drive into the second hard drive slot. Boot the computer and erase it however you like.
Now... you can edit step one, and change it to where you make a backup of your existing installation... but you'd be better off with the factory recovery.
EDIT as to your update... WHY??!? Why would you just pull the drive and swap it out without having ANY discs to work with to reinstall Windows? At this point, based on the fact that you just did this, I'm not sure you are qualified to do the job.