Exactly, I had similar problems in past also, though I can't tell you, when.
But my solution was almost an older kernel from the same main line (in your cas 3.6) but a version less.
In my case I had the problem with 3.10.2, that could not mount my USB3, for example.
Then I went back to 3.10.1 kernel, which I had as backup. The directories for your kernels are
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This 3.6.0 contains the (I asume latest) status of the main line, here 3.6-r3. Then I've been waiting for next upgrade and checked again, my problem still persists. If so, then I've restore my old directories.
If I were you, I would really consider to install a newer kernel, maybe 3.7.10 or the actual one, 3.10.9-r1.
I am running kernel 3.10.9-r1 and KDE 4.11now and I have made good experiences with that construction now.
Anyway, it is always a good advice to keep a system backup before upgrad. I do it always, because I have experienced, that upgrades sometimes cause problems.
Hope to help you.
-Linuxfluesterer (I love KDE ...)
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