Satellite Pro 4360 - HARD drive replacement

I have a SP4360 with v.nosey 12 GB of HARD drive I want to replace. In the technical specifications for the 4360 it is listed as EIDE. I looked on EBuyer and there are a couple of replacement if necessary:
Western Digital Scorpio 40 GB EIDE LP 2.5 5400 RPM 8 MB Cache (WD400VE)
Scorpio 40 GB EIDE LP 2.5 5400 RPM 2 MB Ns (WD400UE)
The WD400VE is listed as ATA-100 connector type, but the WD400UE is listed as EIDE. These use the same connector and either will work in my SP4360?



If you want to be 100% sure contact Toshiba service partner. I'm not 100% sure but I think he should avoid any problems. The only question is to know if the laptop can manage with whole HARD drive capacity.

Good bye

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