Yes, but you'd still need drivers since XP doesn't come with any for sata
Why are you so hot for XP? If I'm missing something here I apologize.
I just upgraded my old Dell 8" tablet (SSD) from Win 8.1 to Win 10... For free. No issues.
Linux (SSD friendly) is also an option. I like, Lubuntu. Good for older machines. Also, comes with a large repository.
I wanted to buy an SSD for my Dell Latitude D630 as the HDD is apparently failing. MY brother says I might have driver issues using XP with a SSD, is this true?
yes it does. i have NEVER seen a pc that cant install to a sata drive. it may be possible that early non service pack versions did not have them. you need to remember that by around 2005 virtually all pcs were running on sata drives so the drivers would of been in any service pack that became available. if you really need to you can put the sata driver on a floppy disc or usb (normally floppy disc) and press the f6 keyboard button when asked during windows installation. the same procedure applies to some raid driversYes, but you'd still need drivers since XP doesn't come with any for sata