|You may be able to get it running by using WinXP pro drivers. |
First of all, are you installing to the same hard drive as the main OS (Windows7 or 8)?
If so, you can't change fro AHCI to IDE mode or the original OS won't boot. You could try slipstreaming the SATA controller drivers for WinXP into the original files on your SP4 CD and then burning a new CD. Use nliteos to slipstream the drivers. Get nliteos at the link below.
If I were trying this I would disconnect the main hard drive until after I had Win2000 running. The WinXP drivers may not work and even if they do, you may not get all hardware to work right.
Why are you trying to do this?