Originally Posted by East
then only error as Kernel panic:No init found. Try passing init= option to kernel.
thats self explanitory, no "init" found,
you dont have init in the location that the boot loader is looking, and more than likely kernel is set for init to be in another location as well..
moving an installed image from one type(sata) drive to a totally different drive type(ata) can cause total caos to the install...
its not just a case of having the correct drivers, but altering the whole install to recognise the location difference...
I would be inclined to fresh install the ata and then transfer all data from the sata drive...insuring that the first boot drive is the new one...