troubleshooting Question

mkinitramfs - new SATA hard disk in linux server

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I need help from someone with linux programming experience.

I just brought new SATA drive and copied my Linux installation and my system will not boot because my root device is now probably /dev/sda1.

Can someone please walk me step by step on how to use this command so I can get my new hard disk to be recognize by linux and boot from it.

I'm new to linux programming, so any help would be greatly appreciated!
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