Hello everyone. I am looking to replace the WD hard drive I have in my old HP Desktop PC with a new 500GB Seagate. I want to go with Seagate because I have been told they typically are more reliable than WD drives. I want the newest and fastest 500GB Seagate internal hard drive that will still be compatible with my old PC running Windows XP, and which is very unlikely to give me any problems when I install it and load the necessary drivers. I have read in one review of hard drives that the newer ones can cause issues with old Desktop PC computers running Windows XP. They had problems where the drive would like "disappear", and not be detected anymore. I would like to avoid those kinds of problems while still finding a decent drive with a good transfer rate that will work with my PC. Although the review I read was really good at explaining how the newer drives work and compare, it did not give much indication on which drives would work for me or how to find out which ones would be compatible with my system. If anyone could help me out with some advice I would appreciate it. My system specifications are below. Thanks in advance.