Problem with solaris 10 08/11 installation on x86 workstation (DELL T5500)

Trying to install solaris 10 08/11 installation on x86 workstation (DELL T5500). Following error message was received after selecting the Oracle Solaris interactive Text (Desktop Session) installation method-
SunOS Release 5.10 Version Generic_147441-01 64-bit
Copyright (c) 1983, 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Configuring devices.
SUNW-MSG-ID: SUNOS-8000-0G, TYPE: Error, VER: 1, SEVERITY: Major
EVENT-TIME: 0x5075a820.0x8f97a90 (0x1693e68979)
PLATFORM: i86pc, CSN: -, HOSTNAME:
SOURCE: SunOS, REV: 5.10 Generic_147441-01
DESC: Errors have been detected that require a reboot to ensure system
integrity. See http://www.sun.com/msg/SUNOS-8000-0G for more information.
AUTO-RESPONSE: Solaris will attempt to save and diagnose the error telemetry
IMPACT: The system will sync files, save a crash dump if needed, and reboot
REC-ACTION: Save the error summary below in case telemetry cannot be saved
panic[cpu0]/thread=fffffe80000b3c60: pcieb-7: PCI(-X) Express Fatal Error. (0x4)
fffffe80000b3bf0 pcieb:pcieb_intr_handler+1ea ()
fffffe80000b3c40 unix:av_dispatch_autovect+78 ()
fffffe80000b3c50 unix:intr_thread+5f ()
syncing file systems... done
ereport.io.pci.fabric ena=1693e6221600001 detector=[ version=0 scheme="dev"
device-path="/[email protected],0/pci8086,[email protected]" ] bdf=2048 device_id=3410 vendor_id=
8086 rev_id=22 dev_type=40 pcie_off=90 pcix_off=0 aer_off=100 ecc_ver=0
pci_status=10 pci_command=47 pci_bdg_sec_status=0 pci_bdg_ctrl=3 pcie_status=6
pcie_command=7 pcie_dev_cap=8021 pcie_adv_ctl=5 pcie_ue_status=4020
pcie_ue_mask=100000 pcie_ue_sev=62030 pcie_ue_hdr0=0 pcie_ue_hdr1=0
pcie_ue_hdr2=0 pcie_ue_hdr3=0 pcie_ce_status=0 pcie_ce_mask=0
pcie_ue_tgt_trans=0 pcie_ue_tgt_addr=0 pcie_ue_tgt_bdf=ffff pcie_rp_status=0
pcie_rp_control=0 pcie_adv_rp_status=7c pcie_adv_rp_command=7
pcie_adv_rp_ce_src_id=2048 pcie_adv_rp_ue_src_id=2048 remainder=0 severity=44
skipping system dump - no dump device configured
rebooting...
Any ideas?

Sometimes, it's just easier and faster
to just start all over and re-install,
particularly when you have only a fresh install on your system.
This time, do not choose to include all the optional "documentation"
(that's what is held on CD5).
I have never found a reason to ever read that documentation so I stopped installing it.
... or you could download and burn a copy of CD5 and use it when prompted.

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