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[Equipment] Displaying the Wrong Year
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Angry 
I need to adjust my time for DST last week and somehow I reset the date to 2016. I change it back to 2015 but it keeps reverting to the future, should I just pretend I am Marty McFly? I'd really like to fix it. thanks in advanceHuhsign
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You will have to have the S9 reformat your SD card. Resmed will not allow you to set a date if it sees a file that was created with a date that has a later date.
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(03-23-2015, 06:59 PM)sgearhart Wrote: You will have to have the S9 reformat your SD card. Resmed will not allow you to set a date if it sees a file that was created with a date that has a later date.

well that's easy. kind of figured but wasn't sure if it retained data in internal memorry

2 SD's Formatted.

thanks...Sleep-well
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