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most hp/compaq laptops will have memory slots located under the keyboard, and sometimes an additional memory slot accessed through a panel on the bottom of the notebook. In your case, you have 2 memory slots located under the keyboard. Officially, this unit only supports up to 256 mb memory modules for a maximum of 512 MB of memory so if you already have that, be aware that larger capacity memory modules may not work.
I'm copying someone else's answer; I can't vouch for it. emove the main battery and mains power supply, hit the power switch to
drain any retained charge. then remove the cmos battery and short out
the contacts. the cmos battery is on the right under the panel at the
top of the keyboard, which can be popped out by gently levering it up
at the edges. the key board can then be folded clear, watch for the
ribbon cable under it that connects to the motherboard.
It looks like your keyboard is wrongly configured, go to control panel, keyboard and set it to standar (101 or 102) keyboard. Also check your local (regional and language) settings are set to correct country.