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Export from OSCAR to SD card?
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Export from OSCAR to SD card?
I've had an SD card fail on me with my AirSense 11. I've been able to download data daily into OSCAR, but twice, the card hasn't been readable when putting it back in the machine. The first time, restarting the AS11 was able to read the card, but the 2nd time, no amount of re-booting would get it to accept the card. Putting it back in the SD card reader, it wouldn't even show up as a mountable disk. 

So, I had to get a new SD card - OSCAR has all the data, but my doctor wants me to bring in the SD card next time I go in. Is there any way to pull the OSCAR data down to the SD card....in the ResMed format?
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RE: Export from OSCAR to SD card?
Nope. OSCAR only backs up the files it uses. However, the machine keeps an internal copy of the statistics ans settings files, which it writes to a new SD card as required. The statistics file holds up to one year of data, so everything most sleep doctors look at is there. The detailed data is stored each night on the SD card and it remains until the card is full.
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RE: Export from OSCAR to SD card?
(11-03-2022, 06:37 AM)pholynyk Wrote: Nope. OSCAR only backs up the files it uses. However, the machine keeps an internal copy of the statistics ans settings files, which it writes to a new SD card as required. The statistics file holds up to one year of data, so everything most sleep doctors look at is there. The detailed data is stored each night on the SD card and it remains until the card is full.

Thanks. I've got the detail in OSCAR, and can export it to CSV if needed - if the docs are only looking at summary data, then I'm probably OK. It's just strange that an SD card would go belly up after a few uses. I've had others go through a washing machine with no issues.
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