My system was running smoothly until my root partition started running out of space. So I decided to try to resize it, unfortunately I needed to move it to the left as well. It seems that the process went well. gparted warned me that maybe I woundn't be able to boot anymore, I thought I would just need to repair grub. Since then I got a kernel panic message when trying to boot. I did repaired grub with boot-repair, but nothing changed.
What I find curious is that I can boot with the older kernel Linux 5.4.0-33, but I got the kernel panic message when booting with the 5.4.0-39 or 5.4.0-37. I already tried to reinstall kernel 37 and I was able to boot normally for a while, but then the problem reapeared. Also, for discarting the posibility of bad sectors on my disk, even though it is new, I checked my whole disk with badblocks tool and all seems to be right.
Anybody can help me ?