Resource Conflict on Solaris 8 Intel Edition

Installing Solaris 8 on a Compaq Presario getting a resource conflict: Non-ACPI device: PNP0C01 MEmory:20000000-203FFFFF, FFEE0000-FFEFFFFF, FFFE0000-FFFFFFF ACPI device: PNP0C01 Memory: CA000-CBFFF, 13BF0000-13BFFFFF, FFFF0000-FFFFFFF, 9E800-FFFF, 40F0000-13BEFFFF, FFEF0000-FFEFFFFF. Install finishes device scan and hangs after selecting installation options. How do I get around this resource conflict which I think causes the install to hang?

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I have got same problem .....but ignore the problem ...it should be fine.
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