|What service pack is part of the WinXP CD you have? The link below is for all the drivers for that model. It isn't as simple as one might think. |
From the picture of your unit it appears you have a floppy drive. Is that correct?
Before I go any further lets see if the computer will boot without the new RAM installed.
If you can boot to the start up screens hit the appropriate button to enter the setup screens and then look for a listing for the boot order. Your boot order should be Floppy first, CD second and hard drive third.
Also look for a hard drive setting called AHCI or a setting called IDE compatibility. If either of those is available then set to it. AHCI if preferable. If neither of those options are available then you may need to supply the SATA drivers on a floppy and tap F6 when prompted at the beginning of the Windows installation.
Save when exiting. Remove any floppy or CD disks. Let the computer go and see how far it gets. If all is working right you should get an error stating something like invalid boot device.
If that happens insert the WinXP CD and reboot. When you see a message on the screen to hit any key to boot from the CD tap the space bar.
Windows will start to install. You can choose to create multiple partitions or just one using all available space.