troubleshooting Question

Linux : unable to boot : Kernel panic

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After restarting my server, i receive a "Kernel panic : not syncing vfs unable to mount root fs on unknown-block"
The distro is : ubuntu-server 10.1 and i have a rescue disk where i have try in chroot to :

apt-get purge linux-image

to fix the boot sequence like some guides founded on web but nothing change and i stay with my kerne-panic

Appreciate any  help

Thanks in advance
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