Pavilion g: new hard drive

Hello. I ', m get the imminent hard drive failure message and have run smart diagnostics that breaks down the hard drive. I tried the HP recovery discs and you have saved the data. I intend to put a new drive hard in, using the recovery disks and restore the data. The failed hard disk is 750 GB WD BPVT - 60 HXZ T1, rotational speed 5400 7500. I intend to replace with a WD 7500 BPVX, spindle speed 5 400 750 GB. What this will be compatible or should I look for exactly the same number of product?

Thak you.

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