|I suspect you are describing your problem improperly.|
If you are able to boot from the regular Microsoft CD fine, it loads the initial files fine, but it does not find your SSD, that's because the XP CD (of any version) has no built SATA drive controller drivers and it can't detect SATA drives by default.
The easiest way to get around that is....
Go into the bios Setup and find the setting for the SATA drive controller mode. I can't tell you what it is specifically, but whatever it is presently set to SATA or AHCI mode, it's changeable, and at least one other choice is an IDE compatible mode of some sort - e.g. IDE, ATA, Compatible, PATA, EIDE, etc. .
Set the bios to the IDE compatible mode, Save bios settings, then the XP CD WILL detect SATA drives when you boot from it, as IDE compatible drives.
After Setup has finished, after you have loaded the drivers for your specific model including the main chipset drivers and the SATA drive controller drives, then you can go back into the bios and set the SATA drive controller mode back to SATA or AHCI, whatever it was.