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Messed up the ResMed A10 memory card
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So, I somehow made the card unreadable to ResScan 5.1. So, I reformatted it (FAT) and stuck it back into the machine. The machine wrote the Summary data to the card, but I've lost all the detail. The detail is still on my computer in the ResScan program.

My question is: is there anyway, using ResScan or my computer, is there anyway to get the detail back onto the memory card? Oh-jeez

I'm using Windows 7
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As far as I can tell your detail data is history. ResScan stores the data as a single file that is different than the 8 files used by the CPAP. For times like you just experienced, I recommend that you create a directory on your computer and copy the SD card to it prior to doing any other process. I learned the hard way that ResScan will wipeout all history and detail files if you use it to change the CPAP's settings.
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