Solaris 8 x86: Resource Conflict

Hello,
My x86 PC has:
- Elitegroup K7S5A mainboard
- AMD Athlon K7 XP 2400+ Socket A thoroughbred CPU
- AmiBIOS
- 256 MB SDRAM
- 2 Hard Disks with 40 GB each
When I start Solaris 8 installation with the installation CD, the following is displayed in the screen "Bus Enumeration":
Determining bus types and gathering hardware configuration data ...
Warning: Resource Conflict - both devices are added
NON-ACPI device: ISY0050
Port: 3F0-3F5, 3F7; IRQ: 6; DMA: 2
ACPI device: ISY0050
Port: 3F2-3F3, 3F4-3F5; 3F7; IRQ: 6; DMA: 2
Next screen with "Bus Enumeration" shows:
Warning: Resource Conflict - both devices are added
NON-ACPI device: CSC0001
Port: 200-207
ACPI device: CSC0001
Port: 201-208
Next screen "Scanning Devices" works o.k.
Then the boot starts in line modus and shows the following:
error: Configuration error - missing controller?
The root file system is not mounted and the configuration assistant has exited prematurely. Booting is unlikely to succeed.
Shortly later boot stops.
Please, can anybody tell me what the root of the error is? Is there something to be configured in the BIOS?
Thank you very much in advance!
Thomas

Continuing installation of my Solaris 8 x86 after a long break.
As mentioned above, the installation works now with the patched ata.bef. The installation seems to work o.k. After completion of the installation, I boot to the second hard disk where my Solaris 8 x86 installation is located. Solaris boot manager appears, Solaris boot process begins but shortly after, it stops with the following message:
error: Configuration error - missing controller?
The root filesystem is not mounted and the configuration assistant has exited prematurely. Booting is unlikely to succeed. CRL-ALT-DEL may be used to reset the machine.
Failover to boot interpreter - type ctrl-d to resume boot
Pressing ctrl-d leads to
boot: source: open of '/etc/bootrc' failed
My configuration as mentioned at the beginning of the thread did not change in the meantime. Is there any idea what is wrong?
Thanks in advance!
Thomas

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