I run Debian testing (the latest kernel dose not work on both my comps)
You could upgrade to testing http://www.debian.org/releases/testing/
but if the new kernel dose not work for you eather use your old kernel to boot and select linux-image-2.6.22-3 untill the new one gets fixed
you could also use backports.org
I have not used this though
Originally Posted by rickh
My recommendation would be to reinstall from scratch after doing some soul-searching about whether or not you can handle Debian.
A reinstall of all the software (not wiping the comp just reinstalling) might help (apt-get --reinstall install) for every package -- I hade to do this once
are you running Debian stable?
and of course you can handle Debian
post back with your results