If your computer spends a lot of time rebooting, freezing, or shows the 'Blue Screen of Death', it is possible that your Random Access Memory (RAM) is to blame. A replacement will be necessary. Follow these steps after purchasing a new RAM to replace.
Locate the RAM on the bottom side of the laptop, the cover is secured by a 6 millimeter screw. Remove this with a Philips #1 screwdriver.
Underneath are the RAM boards. They are secured by two plastic clips each. Locate these to continue removal.
Place your thumbs on two of the clips securing one board. Push outwards on the clips. This should pop the board up.
Repeat on second board. When both are released, they should appear as they do in the picture.
The RAM should be easily removed once released from the plastic clips.