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Kernel Panic - Not Syncing CentOS

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Need help fixing this issuekernel error
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Either try below method

Use Rescue mode with cd and mount the filesystem. Try to check if any binary files or folder are deleted. If deleted you will have to manually install the rpms to get those files back.

http://askubuntu.com/questions/92946/cannot-boot-because-kernel-panic-not-syncing-attempted-to-kill-initrd

or if you have disabled selinux then start the system with rescue or live cd and re-enable it and keep it in premessive mode.

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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

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did you tried by applying any of the method ?

TY/SA
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Please let us know
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Thank you for the help
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