OpenSUSE 10.2 - Invalid root file system error message on boot

Hello,

I have a Linux box running OpenSUSE 10.2. It worked fine until I rebooted recently now I am receiving the follow error message when Linux attempts to load (after receiving the grub loader and selecting the file system).

mdadm:  no device found for /dev/md1
/dev/md1: unknown volume type
Invalid root system -- exiting to /bin/sh
sh: no job control in this shell
$

I have RAID 1 setup and I checked that using the mdadm command and it showed the raid volume intact.

Any help resolving this issue would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
Dan
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gheistCommented:
Any linux live CD (like ubuntu 14.04 or openSUSE 13.2) will be able to fsck ext2 filesystem used by openSUSE 10.

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filtrationproductsAuthor Commented:
Used OpenSUSE 13.2 boot CD to determine the root partition (boot partition) had someone been changed from MD1 to MD127. so I modified the boot line command in GRUB from /dev/md1 to /dev/md127 and it booted fine.
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