Insert the board into the bus master slot, and using the AutoSCSI utility:
If the boot disk is larger than 1 Gbyte, set the "Adapter BIOS Supports Space > 1 GB (DOS) only" option to Yes.
Put the adapter in ISA-compatible mode by setting the value for "Set Host Bus Adapter I/O Port Address as Default" to No.
Ensure the Advanced option "BIOS Support for > 2 Drives (DOS 5.0 or above)" is set to No.
Configure the IRQ and BIOS address values manually if your PCI motherboard is not fully PCI-specification compliant. If the system hangs while installing the Solaris software, do the following:
Check the IRQ jumpers on the motherboard, if any.
Run the CMOS utility to set the IRQ and BIOS addresses, if any.
Run the AutoSCSI utility.
All the settings should match each other. If you need to manually configure the BIOS address, you may have to check jumpers JP4 and JP5.