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REGARDING HP AMD A10 G6 2313AX DVD WRITER SIZE

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Hi,

I have an HP G6 2313AX AMD A10 LAPTOP with DVD RAM GT80N.

I was browsing for suitable internal LAPTOP 3D blu ray DVD writers to replace my laptop internal dvd writer.

I found two form factors. 9.5 mm slot and 12.7 mm slot.

Which of these two slots would be compatible with my HP G6 2313AX laptop?

Please reply as soon as possible.

Regards,
Sriram.K
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ur  DVD ram GT80n has the 127 mm size :  http://www.lg.com/us/data-storage/lg-GT80N/technical-specifications

so that is what you need
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