Installation of the hard disk for pavilion dv7-6c60us entertainment pc

I have a pavilion dv7-6c60us entertainment pc, processor intel core i5-2450 @ 2.5GHz with a 64 - bit processor, windows pro 8.1 operating system.  I bought a WD 1 TB 2.5 inch SATA 3 HDD 5400 RPM drive that I would like to install.  Is my compatible PC to this hard drive?  Can I add this as a second hard drive?  I'm new to this would be appreciated all the instructions to update from my PC.  Thanks for your help.

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Yes the PC is compatible. You can install it as a second hard drive. But to do this, you need a hardware kit (cable), you can buy here:

http://www.newmodeus.com/shop/index.php?Main_Page=product_info&cPath=2_5&products_id=379

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