No. Your software RAID(that's what HighPoint is) only works on the listed distributions:
Suse, RedHat, Caldera(now defunct), and Turbolinux.
You may be able to use generic kernel drivers for it though. It is very very risky to get to work though, in my experience.
These chipsets are supported by the linux kernel:
Yours is not one of them. So you would be SOL in this case.
If you have data that you really must keep, and want to use IDE/SATA on linux the only real option is this:
The drivers are open sourced and in the kernel proper. It also does hardware raid rather than software, so it's not dependent upon any OS to rebuild itself or maintain integrity. In either case, I'm sorry, but I don't see a way. Maybe somebody else has a better detailed suggestion to offer you.