And I see no reason for the 750 to have any issue.
However if you can pull it off, look at that http://www.amazon.co.uk/Seagate-750GB-Momentus-Serial-Hybrid/dp/B0068QO82G/
That's what I used last time to give my laptop a boost in speed.
Soo I couple of days iacocca my hard drive failed as I dropped my laptop. I took it to repair shop to find out what was wrong and was told the hard drive had failed. I was quoted 135 for new new hard drive, installation and windows set up again....i know right, they probably would have put in a really tacky HDD as well (mine was a Seagate sata 250gb 7200rpm) Anyhow Ive been surfing the web to a replacement but there's so much information out there (considering I didn't really know anything about HDD's before)
Anyway I recently came across this
And wanted to know wheather it was a good choice as I came across a few articles which stated the early 'momentous xt' drives had some problems.
Also sorry for the essay, would this be compatible with a HP G62-107sa laptop?
If this is not a good choice is there any chance somebody could point me in the direction of a HDD with at least 250gb and 7200rpm which is under 60 pounds or there shouts???
Thank you in advance