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SubjectKernel 2.5.72 doesn't load up

Just as when I tried 2.5.64, I get now the same result with 2.5.72.
When I reboot with the new kernel, I get:
"Booting 'Linux-2.5.72'
kernel (hd1,14)/vmlinuz-2.5.72 ro root=/dev/hdb2 hdc=ide-scsi
[Linux - bzImage, setup=0x1400, size=0xdd72f]
initrd (hd1,14)/initrd-2.5.72.img
[Linux - initrd @ 0xf7cb000, 0x14d14 bytes]
Uncompressing Linux... Ok, booting the kernel."
And it hangs there, whether I compile with Mandrake-9.1 or RedHat-8.
I'd love to learn what I'm doing wrong.
Kindly CC to me.

(in /usually/ sunny, balmy, Florida's Suncoast)
[this is an Intel-free, M$-free, virus-free computer.
Not by chance: powered by AMD-Duron running
MandrakeSoft-9.1/Linux-2.4.21, RedHat-8.0/Linux-2.4.18]
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