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However, I have a fairly old computer, and the computer store where I frequent told me that there is no openGL driver available that will operate so that I can use Sleepyhead. I have Window 10 Home edition and my processor is Intel®Core™ 2 Duo. Therefore, as much as I would like, I cannot use Sleepyhead. I downloaded the software fine, but I get an error message concerning OpenGL and so I haven't been able to use it.

So I just been using the data on my machine to keep track of my progress.

I just got the Dreamstation Bipap Auto Friday, and I like it, but I would still like to use Sleepyhead.
Oh well...
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(01-16-2017, 09:41 AM)Sleeprider Wrote: When you're ready to see something useful download SleepyHead.

I download my data using Sleepyhead nightly and have all my data and I've read all the Sleepyhead wiki's, but its just too confusing for me. After doing all that reading, I still don't know what to look for. I find the myAir app, while extremely limited, at least tells me quick and easy how my sleep was that night.

Are there any other resources for understanding Sleepyhead data out there?
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(01-17-2017, 06:36 PM)packtheknife Wrote: However, I have a fairly old computer, and the computer store where I frequent told me that there is no openGL driver available that will operate so that I can use Sleepyhead. I have Window 10 Home edition and my processor is Intel®Core™ 2 Duo. Therefore, as much as I would like, I cannot use Sleepyhead. I downloaded the software fine, but I get an error message concerning OpenGL and so I haven't been able to use it.

So I just been using the data on my machine to keep track of my progress.

I just got the Dreamstation Bipap Auto Friday, and I like it, but I would still like to use Sleepyhead.
Oh well...

Pack, the SleepyHead program comes with a brokenGL executable. It is installed in the C:\Programs x86\Sleepyhead directory. Go find it and execute the sleepyhead-brokengl.exe. Should work fine.
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Does Sleepyhead read wirelessly or does it require use of taking out the card from my machine?
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#15
It requires taking the card out of the machine. Some of us use a FlashAir WiFi card in the CPAP machine to download our data directly from the CPAP machine to the computer over WiFi.
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#16
You will need to use a physical SD card or install a wireless card in your machine and use a program to import it on your computer. See Sleep Master http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...a-transfer
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#17
Thanks. I don't know why my computer man told me that then.
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But I still have a problem. I keep getting a message like this, and I have to close the program.
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#19
This occurs right after you are prompted to setup a profile?
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#20
What is a Bluetooth module? Does Sleepyhead require my taking the sd card out of my Philips System One machine to be read?
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