Ubuntu: After the last 03/30/2018 update, can't boot ubuntu - get_random_bytes called from start_kernel with crng_init=0 [duplicate]


I've tried to repair boot, when I try to repair, in the Recovery menu enter Enable networking, the following error occurs:

/etc/resolv.conf : No such file  

I'm using dual boot and with the windows everything is ok.

I've also tried to change the grub options and added acpi=off without success.

I'm not sure what this is due for and how to fix these issues. Now when I boot, I get only the screen with these errors:

Hardware Error: CPU 0. Machine Check : 0 Bank 5  Hardware Error: PROCESSOR 0:40651 TIME 1522499587 SOCKET 0 APIC 0 microcode 23  /dev/sda7: clean, 1771662/15261696 files, 27942468/61035264 blocks  

Edited: I now got this error when trying to reboot with kubuntu:

[Firmware Bug]: TSC_DEADLINE disabled due to Errata  

How should I fix that? Yesterday everything worked just fine.


Machine Check errors are due to issues with the hardware. Check first that the memory is seated firmly on the motherboard and that you are not overclocking the CPU.

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