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Hi there;

 

I am trying to convert my DVD drive into a 2nd SSD and i need to know which size caddy i will need to get in order to do this.

 

There are 2 size which is 12.7mm or 9.5mm.

 

Any help will be perfect.

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Hi,

 

From its specs:

 

Fixed, serial ATA, 9.5-mm tray load
DVD+/-RW Double-Layer SuperMulti
Supports zero power optical drive
Supports M-disc
Supports configuration without optical drive

 

That means 9.5mm

 

Regards.

BH
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Thankyou heaps! i been trying to find this for ages now!

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Hi there;

 

I have replaced my DVD drive with a caddy and have installed my old 1000gig HDD.

 

For some reason the system windows 10 does not pick this up as another drive.

 

I have looked in Disk management and also Device management also.

 

In the BIOS it only comes up as CD ROM as part of the boot options.

 

This would be a SATA Caddy as well.

 

Any help would be excellent,

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