I suppose you could always "re-install" the old version of the kernel - perhaps the Linuxant one that is 2.6.10 based.....
BTW, I always keep a few kernels around for just such an occasion. You never know when something is going to bite you in the ______... :-)
Of course, the current behaviour of the kernel/grup exacerbats the problem by always booting the latest kernel.
In grub, I like default=saved
which cause the last-booted kernel to be the default next time.
The current behaviour is a disaster waiting to happen. I want to be on hand when I change kernels, or at least be able to, in case there's a problem.
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