I had the same problem on my laptop (I had completed the upgrade successfully). The only way I could solve it was by commenting out the offending UUID in /etc/fstab; fortunately it referred to my fat32 Windows partition and not "/" or "/home". I still have to leave it commented out; everytime I enable it I land up with the same error as you.
Originally Posted by mrdaze0
This means that my Windows partition is now not automatically mounted; I have to doubleclick it in Nautilus to mount it. This also means that my documents created in that partition are not indexed by Google Desktop.
I suggest you try to comment out the stated partition ID (/dev/sdb1) from your /etc/fstab, if it does not refer to a linux partition. To access the file, you will need a live CD; boot off it, open a terminal (Applications-Accessories-Terminal), then use the following commands:
Important: replace /dev/sdX9 with the linux partition ID that contains the "/" (root) filesystem.
sudo mount /dev/sdX9 /mnt -o defaults,rw
sudo pico /mnt/etc/fstab
#comment out the relevant UUIDs / partition (/dev/sdb1)
#by placing a "#" at the beginning of the relevant lines
#Ctrl-X to quit pico; save when prompted
sudo umount /mnt
Post back if you need more help, or with feedback.