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[Equipment] Backing up ResMed 10 Data under Mac OS X - same for ResMed S9?
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Backing up ResMed 10 Data under Mac OS X - same for ResMed S9?
There is a section in the documentation:

How to Backup ResMed S9 Data under Mac OS X?
....sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php?title=SleepyHead_Users_Guide#Getting_Started

Does this information apply to ResMED AirSense 10 as well?
About the SD card deleting data that's over 7 days old?

Thank you.  

I'm new to CPAP - 2 months. CPAP is going great for me - I only need low pressures.  But I have another health condition that is exhausting me, so sorry I didn't search more before asking.  This is my first post, so this is  sort of an experiment for me as well.  (I'm also a retired software technical writer.)

Michelle in Texas

I actually tried first to post in software support...
Second try, didn't realize the link was the problem the first time.  Hope truncating it works.
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RE: Backing up ResMed 10 Data under Mac OS X - same for ResMed S9?
Hi mishld - Welcome

The backup should be the same.  The A10  uses a little different file structure than the S9, but you should always backup your data to your PC for safe keeping.  SD cards are known for going bad in a heartbeat.  I believe the S9 retains detailed data for 7 days, while the A10 retains it for 30 days(?).   The cards will start overwriting the oldest data first when they reach their size limit.

Your url listing is a bad link.  Try this one for the latest information: http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...SleepyHead
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RE: Backing up ResMed 10 Data under Mac OS X - same for ResMed S9?
(04-09-2019, 10:11 AM)Crimson Nape Wrote: Hi mishld - Welcome

The backup should be the same.  The A10  uses a little different file structure than the S9, but you should always backup your data to your PC for safe keeping.  SD cards are known for going bad in a heartbeat.  I believe the S9 retains detailed data for 7 days, while the A10 retains it for 30 days(?).   The cards will start overwriting the oldest data first when they reach their size limit.

Your url listing is a bad link.  Try this one for the latest information: http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...SleepyHead

The Autoset 10 holds the data for at least a year and more dependant on the SD card size
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