You will probably need to find the SATA drivers for the drive on the HP site. Try looking for the Windows XP drivers. This should work in a Windows 2003 system. Neither Windows 2000 nor Windows 2003 install media will include any SATA drivers as SATA wasn’t around then. I would stick with Windows 2003. You will probably have better luck that way.
I agree entirely – the driver file is called “iastore.exe”. After downloading the file, you will need to extract the executable which, when run, will create a FLOPPY DISK with the correct drivers.
When loading the OS (ie: booting from the CD), you will see a footer saying something along the lines of “Press F6 to install third party storage drivers” (or something like that… the key is to press F6). You MUST USE A FLOPPY DRIVE to supply the SATA drivers. There is unfortunately no way around this for Win2K / Win2K3 (per Microsoft’s Help Desk): a floppy disk / drive must be used (USB drives work to my experience…).