These are general instructions for upgrading any laptop or notebook's memory.
insert the memory test cd.
you use precision (tiny) screwdrivers to open the memory panel, take the old memory out, and put the new memory in & button it up. you can probably sell the old memory on ebay if it's still perfectly good memory.
boot the PC and go into CMOS SETUP and change the boot order so that the cdrom is first. make sure USB is not before the hard drive. CMOS SETUP will also need to recognize the new memory change.
boot a cd memory test program called memtest86+ which I use to test memory. It takes about 30-90minutes.
boot normally so windows recognizes the new memory & tweaks the registry - if windows balks, your memory is bad or the wrong configuration (probably will be just fine).