Then I went to a computer part store to buy another computer, where I met a guy who was really good at hardwares. He told me so and selected all the parts for me. The new computer met no problem with Solaris. After several years, when I bought still another computer myself, I chose a wrong motherboard, which did not support Pentium III CPU. I changed it for a much more expensive one and the computer got perfect.
My opinion is: if you plan to install Solaris, you'd better choose the most expensive parts. And make sure you can change them if they doesn't work.
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