You can run Windows XP on a solid state drive but there are performance gains and more built-in support to be had with Windows 7 or Windows 8. More information on making a solid state drive work on Windows XP can be found in this TechNet blog should you continue with that route.
Also, as DJBPace07 mentioned, the End of Support date for Windows XP (April 8, 2014) is approaching and you will no longer have support for that operating system. To find out more about what End of Support means for Windows XP, check out this page.
A better option would be to consider migrating to Windows 7 or Windows 8; both of which have support for solid state drives. More information on migrating to either of those two operating systems can be found on the Deliver and Deploy Windows 7 page and Deliver and Deploy Windows 8 page, respectively.
Another page that may prove useful in helping you migrate to a newer operating system can be found in this blog post from the Springboard Series blog. There are some great tools outlined that can help you plan to migrate from Windows XP to Windows 7 or Windows 8.
Windows Outreach Team – IT Pro
Edited by WinOutreach6, 26 March 2013 - 06:59 PM.