If the BIOS was left at default, it's probably set to AHCI mode, which will not work unless there is a driver available for Windows XP to use during the install. Normally, you'd hit F6 at the beginning of the WinXP installation where you'd be later promted to load a driver off of a floppy. Since I'm going to assume you don't have an external floppy drive available, you can do one of two things:
Change the Chipset SATA Mode to IDE in the BIOS.
Or, if you wish to use AHCI / RAID you can slipstream the Intel RST AHCI / RAID driver into the Windows XP distribution you wish to use: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/107504-integration-of-intels-sata-ahci-and-raid-drivers/
You can also update the BIOS should you wish to. As far as I can see, DP67BA's shipped with either 0031 or 0037 depending on the revision; 0067 is the newest.