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Hello,

I have to change my HD soon! I run SMART and Disk Utility and cannot be repaired!

I Have a Macbook Intel COre Duo 2.0 MHz OS Leopard 10.5.8 with a 160 GB FUJITSU MHZ216.

Which HDD recommend me? I do not need much capacity, but I would like speed.
Do I have to care about the inches of the disk?

Thanks in advance!!
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I'd suggest the 250GB Western Digital WD2500BEKT Scorpio Black, 2.5" SATA 3Gb/s, 7200rpm

In the UK these retail for around 50

You can get higher capacities too. I'd go for the same or larger than you have now.

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Great man, thanks!!
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