After some google, this thread
seems to indicate it has to do with graphics drivers. What graphics driver are you using? You should probably try changing it to another driver to see if it resolves the problem (or an updated driver if yours is out of date). I would even go so far as to update the firmware on my bios.
[11630.162245] irq 16: nobody cared (try booting with the "irqpoll" option)
It telling you to boot with the "irqpoll" option is something to take note. In the kernel documentation
, the irqpoll option is a mode which tries to allow the kernel to load on a machine with misbehaving firmware. That doesn't necessarily mean your firmware/bios is the cause but if nothing else works I would go that route. Usually manufacturers make the process of updating bios relatively painless. If you have a battery backup for your machine make sure that it's on and working before updating in case the power goes out mid-bios-upgrade.