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I have a Pavilion d5000t  with Win 7-64 bit with 5gig ram been running fine for several years just the last few days it goes to blue screen and reboots........run Hp Dia. on it and one time out of three it gave me error code BIOME-1 but after the test it started fine and run for two days now its back to rebooting......any suggestion??? need new Memory????

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Hi Bill,

 

BIOME-1 indicates failing memory.

 

Troubleshoot memory by removing one memory stick. Run your PC using one stick and check stability.

 

Try the other stick if the problem continues.

 

Please refer to this HP support article for your PC.

 

Jaco

 

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