You may have problems with the kernel, but your large problem is
fsck.ext3: Unable to resolve 'UUID=2e03d251-f899-413d-b2b8-894b5bdce67c'
fsck.ext3: Unable to resolve 'UUID=32ac3c0b-cb48-4b3f-9161-7f6b1bbfd843'
fsck died with exit status 8
This is not going to be fixed with a different kernel I'm afraid. It's the dreaded UUID syndrome
You must have changed your disks so they got a new UUID, or the new kernel gave them a new UUID.
Check in /boot/gub/menu.lst and /etc/fstab for these UUIDs
Change the lines where they are so that it is the /dev/sdx you see directly above them that is used. Begin with fstab as you won't see the /dev in menu.lst. Remember you must be root to change these files.
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