Update from DVD format Blu - Ray

I have a G26 (model number VU637AV), and he currently has the DVD player in it. I want to this level to a compatible Blu - Ray player. According to the HP parts store, I need either model number 600652-001 or 599063-001. These are the two almost $300, but searching online shows me there are other discs of HP Blu - Ray laptop with prices as low as ~ $ 100. These other drives will work with my G62, or is there a specific reason, that they will be incompatible? Is there another way to update my drive other than buying a new drive and rip my laptop to swap? Thank you.

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Ok... So I had no problem swapping the car around... You will need to exchange the bezel and optical disk drive mounting bracket (the stuff that keeps the optical drive for notebook chassis) you're good to go...

But let me put a word of caution as well, you may encounter a problem of tolerance you need to work your way through...

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