I finally got my system. I put the hard drives in and the kernel panic as it booted, the disk interface from the old motherboard and the new one are different. I got lazy and I just decided to backup my /root and /etc directories and reinstall the system. As I did this I rain into two problems, the first one was the fedora dvd would get stock while booting on rescue mode. It would get stock on loading pata_sis driver. I found a way around this on a thread http://fedoraforum.org/forum/showthr...light=pata_sis
I basically passed the nousb argument to the kernel...that solve that problem, I went into rescue mode and copied my configuration to my other hard drive. The second problem I ran into was my new nic Realtek RTL8100B was not found by fedora or any other live cd I tried. I think is a hardware problem since cat /proc/interupts doesn't show my ethernet chipset, I tried messing around with the irqs in the cmos and the didn't do it, so I just put in an old nic i had laying around, works great! After updating yum and the system, I copied all my configuration files, and it all worked, as if I was still using my old system!