So you use a virtual machine to run LE. I don't use VM, but there is a chance that it does an encapsulation of hardware / software, which may lead to the "system mode" (see above).
I think LE programming will stay as close as possible on hardware level to get max. performance, so I don't expect a fix by update.
If you have more than one OS (LE + X), try Grub boot manager, and don't use VM for LE anymore.
I think I must of worded that last post incorrectly.
I don't run le on a vm at all. I install le direct to my ssd.
What I was trying to say was that a Google search of the first error that appears during boot is related to a amd virtualization error.
I have checked my bios and it is currently disabled so not sure why I would get the error.
If I was to be running Ubuntu, from what I have read on a few Linux forums regarding this error it appears I can blacklist something to stop this. I'm not sure what this means but some of the forums also say its fixed in later kernels.
If it's a warning I will just ignore it but if its a error that could cause problems I suppose I need to sort it. I'm not a Linux expert so I don't have a clue when it comes to errors. I've always used raspberry pi's before deticating an actual computer for my main living room. Only ever had 1 boot message with a pi and that was quickly resolved.
Think I'll have a play with some bios settings for now see if anything changes. Something I've learned recently with modern motherboards is that the latest bios is not always the best.