Hello fellow Ubuntu lovers.
I am currently attempting to install my beloved Ubuntu (version 9.04) on a laptop. It boots from the live CD, and it goes through the entire installation process without a hitch. Then, on reboot, thats when I receive it. The error that makes me cringe in frustration. The dreaded KERNEL PANIC *cue scary music*
Ok, all joking aside, this kernel panic is causing quite a fuss. The error is exactly as you see it.
The computer is a HP Pavillion Entertainment Notebook PC (the sticker on the back says HP Pavillion dv1000)Code:Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown block(0,0)
So my question is, what is going on, and how can I fix this. I can take apart the computer, but that would be a last resort.