Error displayed on booting into Zorin

When I boot into Zorin I get the error:


I probably could enable SGX (if I can work out how!) - though I dual boot with Windows 11 (a necessary evil needed for work) so I don't want to mess that installation up (mid way through a big project).

I only get this in Zorin, I did have Manjaro previously (which I didn't like) and it didn't have these erros that I know of.

Could this be related to an issue I also seem to have with sound, where it often sounds distorted, with a delay or echo (a problem that I also had with Manjaro)?

System specs are:

Intel i9-10850K
Gigabyte Aorus z590 Pro Ax Motherboard
Nvidia RTX 3060ti
Sound Blaster Audigy Fx PCIe
4 x 2TB NVMe drives
Razer Keyboard/Mouse
Windows 11 Pro
ZorinOS 16.2 Pro

Yes, that is done in your BIOS Settings. You may need to search on your Make and Model to find exact instructions.

No, that is unlikely. You can start a thread detailing your sound issues and see if we can help.
The ACPI errors are caused by the manufacturers ACPI tables not being up to date.
They are harmless and can be ignored (as Linux will revert to fallback).
However, if you just want them gone, you can add loglevel=3 as a grub parameter:

sudo nano /etc/default/grub

Change GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" to
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash loglevel=3"

Tap ctrl+o to overwrite, then enter key, then tap ctrl+x to exit the editor.
Now, you must run

sudo update-grub

for the changes to take effect.


Thanks for the feedback. I'll have a go at what you've suggested.


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