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ResMed S9 AutoSet data in limbo
Hi all, I'm having a problem with the data being corrupt on my SD chip. I have good data in SleepyHead, but I can't seem to find a way to load it back to the SD. The data looks OK in the exported CSV file. Is there a way to move it back to the chip? I also have ResScan but all it can read is the bad data on the chip. Thanks for any and all help. Jim
01-07-2016 06:15 AM
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RE: ResMed S9 AutoSet data in limbo
Jim, Why do you want to move the data back onto the SD card? On the other hand, why did you delete it off the card to start with? Unless something has changed recently, loading the data into SleepyHead or ResScan does not remove the data from the SD card.


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01-07-2016 11:04 AM
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RE: ResMed S9 AutoSet data in limbo
Sleepyhead is great on backing up your data but fails in the restoring of it to anything other than itself.

SH will cram all your backup data into Documents\SleepyHeadData-Testing\Profiles\SleepyHeadProfileName\MachineName\Backup\year

I'm not sure the data structure on the S9 but on the A10 it stores data in sub-folders under DATALOG by date. For example DATALOG\20151229 for Dec 29, 2015. Also not all files are copied. None of the file with CRC extensions are copied and the "CSL" files are not copied. No idea what the data in the CSL file is referencing. I'm assuming crc is the cyclic redundancy check file and are probably not that important. The remaining EDF files are copied. You would probably need to copy those back to sub-folders and that's a pain unless you wrote a batch or VB script.

A directory on the SD card:
Volume in drive G is RESMED
Volume Serial Number is D484-950F

Directory of G:\DATALOG\20151229

01/07/2016 08:14 AM 8 20151229_224251_CSL.crc
01/07/2016 08:14 AM 800 20151229_224251_CSL.edf

01/07/2016 08:14 AM 8 20151229_224251_EVE.crc
01/07/2016 08:14 AM 1,168 20151229_224251_EVE.edf
01/07/2016 08:15 AM 8 20151229_224256_BRP.crc
01/07/2016 08:15 AM 3,242,104 20151229_224256_BRP.edf
01/07/2016 08:15 AM 8 20151229_224257_PLD.crc
01/07/2016 08:15 AM 295,496 20151229_224257_PLD.edf
01/07/2016 08:15 AM 8 20151229_224257_SAD.crc
01/07/2016 08:15 AM 131,704 20151229_224257_SAD.edf
10 File(s) 3,671,312 bytes

Files in red are missing from the backup.

Files in the Sleepyhead backup folder are stored per Year.
Volume in drive C has no label.
Volume Serial Number is 963D-DF41

Directory of C:\Users\-\Documents\SleepyHeadData-Testing\Profiles\-\ResMed_-\Backup\DATALOG\2015

01/07/2016 08:14 AM 1,168 20151229_224251_EVE.edf
01/07/2016 08:15 AM 3,242,104 20151229_224256_BRP.edf
01/07/2016 08:15 AM 295,496 20151229_224257_PLD.edf
01/07/2016 08:15 AM 131,704 20151229_224257_SAD.edf



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01-07-2016 03:07 PM
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RE: ResMed S9 AutoSet data in limbo
(01-07-2016 11:04 AM)PollCat Wrote:  Jim, Why do you want to move the data back onto the SD card? On the other hand, why did you delete it off the card to start with? Unless something has changed recently, loading the data into SleepyHead or ResScan does not remove the data from the SD card.

Hi PollCat, I confess, I was fooling around with the data and it seems that I corrupted it. I was never one to let sleeping dogs lie. Oh-jeez I want all of the data to be on my card because my Doctor wants it there.

Hi AlanE, Thanks for all the info, I found a lot of data where you said it would be, but a lot of it is still missing. You can see it in SleepyHead and ResScan, but it doesn't seem to be on the computer. If I do an export to a CSV it is there when I open it with Excel or Open Office Calc. Go figure.
01-07-2016 09:53 PM
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