Also, the 3.8.0-30.43 kernel is now available in the -proposed
repository.  Would it be possible for you to test this latest kernel and
post back if it resolves this bug?

See for documentation how
to enable and use -proposed.

Thank you in advance!

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  Unable to boot after kenel update (3.8.0-29).

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Bug description:
  After installing the updated kernel (3.8.0-29), I was suddenly unable
  to boot. I will experience a frozen screen for several seconds,
  followed by an error claiming that my installation partition cannot be
  found. However, the 3.8.0-27 kernel seems to work just fine.

  I attempted an fsck, but no errors were found. I then removed the -29
  kernel completely (sudo apt-get purge, followed by sudo update-grub),
  reinstalled it, but ended up with the same result.

  Now for some system details: I'm using Ubuntu 13.04 x86_64, with all
  the latest stable updates installed. My machine's hard drive is
  controlled by an Intel ICH9R/DO/DH SATA AHCI Controller chipset,
  currently set to AHCI mode (as opposed to IDE or RAID mode). Ubuntu is
  stored on an exteded partition, which is formatted with EXT4
  (/dev/sda6). My first three partitions are Windows installs, each with
  formatted with NTFS. Also, I have /dev/sda7 as my Swap partition.

  If there are anymore details I can provide, please don't hesitate to

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