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some of them are, if it has a removable faceplate to allow a drivebay front,
it probably will accept a DVD-RAM drive. However, some drives do not like
being brought through a USB connection. the only way to know for sure
however is to contact the manufacturer.
"The Old Timer" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have a caddie which houses a hard disk drive & connects thorough a
> USB2 connection to my computer. Are these sort of caddies also suitable
> to house a DVD burner or are they different?
> Thanks in advance