(06-12-2014, 10:26 AM)ShelaghDB Wrote: Hmm...ok..........well its on the unlock latch and it didnt record last night either.........although i made sure I did push it in properly......
After reading these posts I took it back and pushed it in again and waited while it said it was reading the card.
Im almost positive I watched it do that last night as well
yet, nothing for the past 2 nights and its on unlock yet looking at the card I believe its ok......hmm...thinking as to why its not recording stuff.....
whats the setting on the S9 that records data again?
I believe there is one and if so, I will need to check it to make sure it hasn't somehow been touched by mistake
The Sleep Quality setting should be set to ON, not Usage. But I'm not sure whether the Sleep Quality setting affects what data is saved on the card. It might only affect what data is shown on the LCD display.
If the problem has not been not solved by cycling power, and is not solved by going into the Clinician Settings area and turning ON the Sleep Quality setting, then I would suggest reformatting the SD card "Removable Drive" on your laptop and then letting the S9 machine reformat it again, if it complains.
My machine has stopped recording data correctly a few times (or maybe it was ResScan which stopped being able to read the card), but everything worked again after I reformatted the SD card.
But pay close attention to what the S9 says when the S9 is reading the card. If it wants to reformat the card, say YES.
On a blank or newly-formated SD card, the S9 AutoSet will write all the data it has in the machine, which will be the Statistical Data for the most recent 365 days or so, plus the bar chart Summary Data for the most recent 30 days.
The detailed Data for past 30 days (plots of Leak and Pressure, etc), plus the High Rate data (plots of the Flow and the High Rate Pressure) for past 7 days, are saved to the card but not the machine.
Oh, and first, if using ResScan, while downloading, make sure that "All available data" has been selected for downloading.