but here is some more specifics.
You apparently have a machine with asset control hardware sensors, and they may be failing. When, exactly, do these messages appear? Right at startup before any of the Windows screens?
These messages usually come from the BIOS level and don't have much of anything to do with the operating system, though they may pass messages to it.
It is possible - if your machine is used and was obtained from a large company - that it has some asset control software running as a service. If you locate this (MSCONFIG, the Services tab can help you with this) you can simply disable it.
You might want to look closely at the security settings in the machine's BIOS, and turn off whatever appears to be related to this. Past that, find a service manual for that machine - if you look carefully at the manufacturer's site you should be able to find that- and disconnect the sensors, after turning off the BIOS settings. You might need to have some small amount of professional service for this.
Since your company seems stumped I would suggest that it is likely a BIOS setting rather than any specific asset control software in your case. Calling the manufacturer with specifics is the quickest way to "solve the problem".