Originally Posted by roiupeo
I think the right way to fix this problem is the following:
In the kernel config file the CONFIG_SATA_AHCI must be 'y', if you maintain this variable with 'm' the problem occurs. For this you need to put the CONFIG_ATA=y and then put the CONFIG_SATA_AHCI=y. It's all.
In the grub.conf and fstab you don't need to use hdaX, you can keep the sdaX.
Thank you very much, this actually helped to fix my problem, i had to recompile the kernel without the ahci sata support...
After that it booted just fine...