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Kernel panic I fixed the kernel panic, writing hda2 instead of hda1 and it says to try passing init=option to kernel, and I dont know how to do it? help me, thank in advance. yagua20 csilveiras766@hotmail.com

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  • yagua20 Oct 09, 2007

    NO, THANK, I HAVE NOT MONEY NOW.

  • Mari Criss
    Mari Criss Sep 22, 2017

    Which OS you are using and what is kernel version. I also have the same problem and resolve by this easy way mention on that site
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Upgrade the os

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