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Last night is missing after updat to Oscar 1.1.1 with Resmed AirSense 10
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Last night is missing after updat to Oscar 1.1.1 with Resmed AirSense 10
After an update to Oscar 1.1.1 the CPAP of my wife (Resmed AirSense 10), she cannot see the daily report of last night. She has to wait till tomorrow to see how she slept last night.
It happens on two PC's (Win 10 and Win 7).
I sleep with a Philips Dreamstation and do not have this problem.
We returned to an old SleepyHead version and also to a test version Oscar V1.1.0-testing -4(ff37ac06) and here we do not have this phenomena.
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RE: Last night is missing after updat to Oscar 1.1.1 with Resmed AirSense 10
Is the correct date set on her ResMed?

If you use File Explorer (Finder) and look at the data on the SD card, what do the dates show.  Folders should have the format of YYYYMMDD
Todays date is June 15 2020, but last nights data should be in 20200614 (meaning June 14).  If it shows a data folder of 20200615 then the machine is a day ahead.
The ResMed day goes from noon to noon, so anything recorded before noon will be in the previous day folder.

EDIT: I should add that if you need to set the clock back do it in stages.  Later tonight set it back to 1:00pm.  Then tomorrow night, similar thing until you get to the correct time/date.  If you turn it back before noon from the start you may mess up the data that's on the card already.  Your charts in OSCAR will have the wrong time(s) for a couple of days but it shouldn't be an issue.  The total use time will still be the same.  To be safe make a backup of your SD card before any changes are made.
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RE: Last night is missing after updat to Oscar 1.1.1 with Resmed AirSense 10
I'm terribly confused.
I looked on the card after last night use of my wife.
I see dates and times in the future.
As you can see on the attached info.
She started on June 16 at 23:34 and stopped this morning (June 17) at 7:41.

Then I looked at the CPAP and the clock says June 18.
Can I change this without danger?
And why works it normal with Oscar 1.1.0, SleepyHead and myAir (Resmed)?
Could the leap year had an influence?


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RE: Last night is missing after updat to Oscar 1.1.1 with Resmed AirSense 10
You cannot reset the clock in one step. Before you use it the next time reset the clock, But do NOT SET TO BEFORE 07:41 18 June. I suggest that at 8PM you reset it to 8AM 18 June.
That means that tonight you will use it from 0800 18 June until 2000 18 June(really about 8am 19 June.) Then on 19 June set it to the correct time just before use.

You do NOT want to record data for the same time period twice.
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RE: Last night is missing after updat to Oscar 1.1.1 with Resmed AirSense 10
I tried to postpone the clock, but after 11 hours it is forbidden to go earlier.
I tried his at different moments on the day.
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RE: Last night is missing after updat to Oscar 1.1.1 with Resmed AirSense 10
Just before you go to bed set the clock back to just after midday 12:01 it may take few days but eventually you’ll get the time back to where it’s supposed to be
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RE: Last night is missing after updat to Oscar 1.1.1 with Resmed AirSense 10
Good morning,

Thanks for your advice. It was successful. 
I was not possible to set the clock earlier than 8 P.M.
What I did on August 1 was to reset the minutes to zero. Then with a kitchen clock after 50 ~ 60 minutes I reset the seconds to zero again.
And so the whole day and it worked.
The result is that the time is now correct and my wife Maria slept 16 hours.

Kind regards!!!


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