Then you must trade off the potential costs of using a system without support or security updates against the cost of some more modern hardware, or of signing up for EUS. Good luck with that.
If drivers work for the IDE adapter with the running kernel but not with the installer, you may be able to clone the running system to the SD card, make a new initrd, and fix up /boot/grub/grub.conf and /etc/fstab to use it. Two GB is not much to work with by CentOS-6 standards, but probably enough for a stripped-down CentOS-4.
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