I've been digging. Just write in a terminal blkid and it shows you the appropiate UUID number. My case is like this:
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/dev/sda2: UUID="f977d989-f778-4901-bb03-079d8f4caa1e" TYPE="reiserfs"
/dev/sda5: TYPE="swap" UUID="fcc58eda-0178-4fde-8b95-bcc3f2903cbf"
/dev/sda3: UUID="0316e7d1-bae3-4424-8d01-b82b9a8acaf0" TYPE="reiserfs"
/dev/sda6: UUID="c62b8693-e7a9-4339-878d-db0f3452d2a4" TYPE="reiserfs"
/dev/sda1: UUID="88B867A1B8678C8E" TYPE="ntfs"
So in your case must know first which partitions are giving the problems. So just open the fstab file, and see which partition is associated with the numbers you've put before.
fsck 1.40.2 (12-Jul-2007)
fsck.ext3: Unable to resolve 'UUID=e8d85874-05d6-4636-bbe5-2813af035d98'
fsck.ext3: Unable to resolve 'UUID=59a4884e-4ead-4aa9-886b-21dbee4aa549'
And change them by the new UUID the blkid
command shows. And that should work it out.