Kernel panic after moving HD to new hardware

I have a phonesystem, Trixbox, that has a dead mobo.  No way I get a new one in less than a week.

I moved one of the harddrives to a different computer.  Intel motherboard as well but different model and age.

When booting I get a kernel panic.

The original system has 2 harddrive in a software raid1.  I just moved one of the drives.

What additional information do you need to help me?

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livegirlloveAsked:
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Justin DurrantSr. Engineer - Windows Server/VirtualizationCommented:
Why not move both drive? I assume it's giving that error because the boot loader isn't installed on both drives.

There is a Wiki article on the CentOS site that shows how to install the boot loader on the second drive. Scroll down to "Section Two"

http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/SoftwareRAIDonCentOS5

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livegirlloveAuthor Commented:
I assumed a raid 1 means both drives are the same.  Ill try moving both drives and check out the wiki.  thanks.
Justin DurrantSr. Engineer - Windows Server/VirtualizationCommented:
They are the same.. but I am guessing only one has the boot config.. I know dumb :)
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livegirlloveAuthor Commented:
in that case possibly switching them the other may boot?  I may try that first.  What Im trying to do is leave one of the drives in tact in case..  I'll probably just image them both before going any further.
Justin DurrantSr. Engineer - Windows Server/VirtualizationCommented:
Possibly.. worth a shot
livegirlloveAuthor Commented:
other drive does the same thing.  Both drives installed does the same thing.
livegirlloveAuthor Commented:
change sata type in the bios from raid/ata to raid/ahci
boots!!!  now to see whats broken ;)
Justin DurrantSr. Engineer - Windows Server/VirtualizationCommented:
Right on!
gheistCommented:
You need to move back to old system and add a driver used by new disk to initrd.
Alternatively practice on some virtualbox or vmware workstation that can change disk driver of same disk.
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