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thanks for the great support community. Love being able to get answers quick. Okay, so here's my problem. Just yesterday, Ubuntu 12.10 started to randomly freeze during boot right at the point where I got to see my mouse on the screen. I had to manually power off my laptop. :( Today, however, it would not boot correctly if I manually power it off. It just stays stuck on the boot right where I get my mouse. I have had no problems with my kernel. If I boot into an old kernel, It works fine. Should I reinstall this kernel? Is there a problem with grub? My kernel that is not booting is 3.5.0-39. The one that I can get to work is 3.5.0-37. Thanks for the help. -Raleigh

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Oh also, I can't delete this kernel because I have some virtual machines that won't work on the old kernel. –  Raleigh Sep 17 '13 at 13:12
    
Here's an update. I just discovered what could have caused the problem. I have unity tweak tool installed. I was using a custom cursor, but when I looked in the selection of unity tweak tool, it showed me as using the default cursor, So I corrected that, and now I booted into the kernel. If you have an answer please still give it though. I may not have fixed the problem. –  Raleigh Sep 17 '13 at 13:28

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