I am running Windows 7 Pro.
I thought I had the latest version of SH since claimed to have checked automatically this week.
I will verify.
The file structure on a PRS is different from a Resmed. When you insert the card, click on [Import] and when SH asks if you want to use the remembered location, try clicking on the [New location] button then navigate to the card. The detailed data is under P-series\P04xxxxx\p0.
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I tried that.
I tried each level of the directory tree at least twice.
Does anyone know the file type Sleepyhead is looking for?
what i am seeing is 0000000009.001 1 KB, 0000000009.002 3 KB, 0000000009.005 143 KB
and 00000000010.001 1 KB, 00000000010.002, 2 KB, 00000000010.005 110KB
I have SleepyHead v0.9.3
You select the folder that CONTAINS the P-Series folder as a sub-folder instead of selecting the P-Series folder itself. When I put the SD card into my computer's SD card reader, that means I just select the card itself---it's typically named something like: NO NAME and it show up as a "Volume" or a "Disk" at the main (root) level under "Computer" in the bar on the left side of the file browser on my PC.
I'm new to this, and I love data. My card reader (usb) will not read the data from the card, but recognizes the card. But Windows Vista wants to format the card. So, it is a problem with the 660p I have using something different. The software from ResMed won't read the card either, so I just went into the device menu and got the data I wanted for today. I sure would like to make this device wireless so I can get my data when I want it.