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No Data in SH
#1
I forgot and left my SD card out of my instrument Sunday night. I have no data for that day. I thought the S9 stored and would reload the data on the card. Anyone know if there is a way to recover the data from Sunday?
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#2
Nope. I found out the hard way it only stores summary/compliance data on its internal memory.
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#3
Well, %&#@, that's what I was afraid of. Thanks, P.
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#4
Yeah, I agree. Flash memory isn't even a penny per MB anymore. There's no excuse not to have it built-in.
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#5
I found out the hard way too. I put one of my wife's clean bright-colored socks on the end of my hose to remind me to put the card back in now. I'm less likely to forget that way.

I'm hoping they'll fix this in the next incarnation of the "S10" and "PRS2".
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(07-23-2013, 08:35 PM)DreamDiver Wrote: I'm hoping they'll fix this in the next incarnation of the "S10" and "PRS2".
Or like the S8, you just pop the card in the machine when you want to download the data, it makes no difference (and no additional data) if card been left in or out of the machine



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(07-23-2013, 09:40 PM)zonk Wrote: Or like the S8, you just pop the card in the machine when you want to download the data, it makes no difference (and no additional data) if card been left in or out of the machine
I never understood why they didn't bring that function into the S9. You would think they would have at least kept a few days of medium-rate data along with the low-rate data, just like the S8 did. But they kept only the low rate data.

I hope the next version includes internal NVRAM that will keep at least a year of high-rate, medium-rate and low-rate data. Data sync could be initiated manually on the patient menu or automatically maybe half an hour after a sleep session. They could probably use something like rsync to update the SD card most efficiently from the internal NVRAM.
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#8
I have another SH question. I have some early data from Dec thru Feb 2013 on my laptop. My data in my S9 and on my SD card was accidentally deleted by me in mid Feb. That's another story. My Feb to current data is on my new desktop. Can I easily move the data from my laptop to my desk top without screwing something else up?
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#9
I don,t how to move the data from one laptop to another but my son did it for me, he took something from the old laptop and transfer the data to the new laptop. Your SD card stores 365 days of therapy and compliance data, 30 days of detailed data and 7 days of flow data



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#10
Zonk, look is SH under the file menu at the top. There is an export function. What do you think is the difference in the three resolution choices? Anyone know?
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