OK. It says you have:
Manufacturer Western Digital
Form Factor GB/2.5-inch
Business Unit/Brand Mobile/WD Scorpio®
RPM/Buffer Size or Attribute 5400 RPM with 8 MB cache (Mobile)
Interface/Connector SATA 3 Gb/s with 22-pin SATA connector/SATA 1.5 Gb/s with 22-pin SATA connector (Mobile)
So go to:
and get one of these:
Data Lifeguard Diagnostic for DOS (CD)
Data Lifeguard Diagnostic for Windows
The CD version is probably better but last time I tried it there were some problems getting it to run. Had to manually set the path so it could find its own license which I thought was pretty stupid. Try the Windows version. If I remember correctly they have a quick test (which even a dead drive I had once was able to pass) and an Extended test which is about as thorough as you can get. The Extended test ran for about 19 hours and at the end admitted that there were some errors and asked if I wanted it to try and correct them. I said yes and 30 seconds later my dead drive came back to life and I was able to recover all of the data tho I could never get the drive to boot reliably.
The temps are running about 63. That usually means you have some dust clogging the vents and the heatsink. I'd use a vacuum cleaner hose to suck the dust from all of the vents. Maybe reverse the flow if you can and blow in them once then suck again. I've seen warnings that this can cause static problems but I think that's more a winter time problem in a dry heated room. It's not critical yet but heat shortens the life of the CPU so best to give it a shot. I usually see temps of around 50 on a clean laptop. 35 on a desktop.
Your Process Explorer log does not look happy:
Process PID CPU Private Bytes Working Set Description Company Name
ZCfgSvc.exe 3728 33.85 7,376 K 13,532 K ZeroCfgSvc MFC Application Intel Corporation
iFrmewrk.exe 3832 29.23 21,336 K 26,620 K Intel Framework MFC Application Intel Corporation
svchost.exe 1940 8.46 15,508 K 25,916 K Generic Host Process for Win32 Services Microsoft Corporation
svchost.exe 1744 6.15 2,188 K 5,080 K Generic Host Process for Win32 Services Microsoft Corporation
System Idle Process 0 5.38 0 K 28 K
System Idle should be at the top with over 90 %. The top two are the wireless configuration routines from Intel. This is very wrong. If this is not a transient condition then the laptop must really be sluggish. Speccy says you are connected with a cable so try disabling the Wireless and run Process Explorer again. Hit the Space bar to pause it and freeze the display. Run the cursor over the top two svchost entries and it should tell you more about what each is doing.
If you have a wireless router available, I'd unplug and see if you can get it to sync up then run Process Explorer again.