Any hard driver should work, personally I like Seagate. Couldn't find the specs on the computer but it should have SATA connections and would get a SATA rather than ATA drive. SATA 3.0 are backward compatible if the connections are SATA 1.5. Installation is just screwing the drive into the case and connection the power and data cables. Some drives require you change the jumper setting to make a 3.0 compatible with 1.5 but this is just moving a small piece of plastic and the hdd website will tell you what to do. The manual that came with the computer should tell you the specs. If you have further questions, best to post these specs.