Originally Posted by pixellany
How is that supposed to help us???? You will need to give more detail on your system configuration.
No--that would cause it not to find the kernel. It is the highlighted entry below that tells the kernel where to find init:
Actually, the key to what's happening *IS* in the loss of narenderiete's swappable drive, IMO. If his drive order is messed up, then narenderiete will get the message "kernel panic: No init found", meaning the boot loader could not continue with kernel initialization and has thrown this error to STDOUT and stopped.
I might be wrong, but I think his /boot partition is being recognized as a different disk, now.