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Many problems related to this version has been reported. Some people are unable to suspend. I experience random freezes on closing windows. Just wait until it's repaired. You can always report a bug to https://bugzilla.redhat.com/, but I suppose it will be soon resolved. It's rather not hardware problem but you can never be sure.

I advise you against removing old kernels. As you can see right now, you have possibility of booting old kernel when the new one fails. By the way, you can assure you about your hardware by doing so. If you still insist on removing them then create new question (this one's title suggests the second issue), or look for grub menu editors. I can't help in this case. Just remember to ignore all solutions which modify grub.conf (or menu.lst). This is the old way. This file is being overwritten every kernel update.