Re: Another kernel panic after preupgrade

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On 11/11/2010 10:50 AM, [email protected] wrote:
> I did change the root command line by hitting 'e' in GRUB from
> root (hd0,0) to:
> root (hd0,1) ->  Error 17: cannot mount selected partition
> root (hd1,0) ->  Error 15: File not found
> root (hd1,1) ->  Error 22: No such partition
>> From these error messages it is possible to return to the GRUB menu (different to the kernel panic)
> The old F13 kernel, which are booting partly but failing with some graphic card problems include root hd(0,0), also.

Run a LiveCD, open a terminal and send us the results of this command:

fdisk -l

(That's a lower case L, not a 1, BTW.)  That will tell us how your disk 
is partitioned and which partition has Linux on it.
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