Solaris10 x86 lot of  "driver not attached"

I downloaded and installed Solaris10 on my x86 system. Installation process occured without any error. But my ethernet adapter does not work.
After prtconf there was a lot of devices without driver attached to it. In fact, there was attached driver only to display adapter, IDEcontroller, FDcontroller, USB UHCI controller(I use USB keyboard and mouse).
How can I attach driver to device and how/where can I found proper one? All my hardware I found in HCL, some of it only in part "reported to work"
I have no experience with Solaris.
Any suggestions? Thank You!

Thanks for the very helpful suggestions. But I need to know why I see os error 49 as below.
SQL> ORA-01034: ORACLE not available
ORA-27123: unable to attach to shared memory segment
Linux-x86_64 Error: 49: Protocol driver not attached
Additional information: 393227
Additional information: 69
Additional information: 10
The document provided shows us the error may be accompanied by one of the following. Error 49 is not mentioned.
   A) SVR4 error 12: not enough space
   B) SVR4 error 22: Invalid argument (you are trying to increase SGA and
                                       SHMMAX is large enough)
   C) SVR4 error 22: Invalid argument
   D) SVR4 error 22: Invalid argument
   E) UNIX error 13 (Permission Denied)
   F) SVR4 error 24 - too many open files.
What does potentially cause shmat() to be failed with os error 49, "Protocol driver not attached"?
Please suggest.

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