Installation of Solaris 10 x86 freezes

I go through the installation steps for Solaris 10 and everything appears to be fine. Soon after the installation starts, it freezes at 3%. It says installing SUNWcsr. Has anyone seen this issue.

I go through the installation steps for Solaris 10
and everything appears to be fine. Soon after the
installation starts, it freezes at 3%. It says
installing SUNWcsr. Has anyone seen this issue.Can you provide more details ? What version of Solaris 10 ? What hardware ? If you are doing a GUI install you can open another window and do a tail -f /var/adm/messages.

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