Newegg users seem to favor the Segate so I ended up ordering the Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST380215A 80GB 7200 RPM IDE Ultra ATA100 3.5" Internal Hard Drive.
Newegg also had an 3.5 to 5.25 hard drive adpater kit available for .
One thing I had to watch out for was making sure the video card interface was listed correctly.
Since PCI is so old alot of the new PCI-E listings show up in searches as PCI (i.e. The three PCI slots in the 2350 are not the extended 128 bit versions so we needed to stick to the shorter form factor cards (about 50 pins total).
Most of the bigger cards required a larger supply and I was hoping to avoid upgrading that.
The card also didn't have a fan which to me was a bonus.
For the system memory the mother board only had two slots, both of witch were currently being used.
The plan was to upgrade both slots with a matched set of 512MB for a total of 1GB.Here is what they were saying: The Crucial memory recommendation gave me a good idea of what I was looking for. There were some really cheap sticks of memory but at the really low prices there were not any matched sets.A lot of the cheaper options seemed to be the really low speed 133MHz type.I remember the boot time of my parents computer being abnormally long so I thought why not put a moder 7200 RPM drive in.I could always use the old one in Anna's computer for storage.All the basic specs matched the Crucial memory so I decided to just buy new (gotta keep that economic recovery moving).