I am having a problem trying to run ResScan and download my data from a ResMed S9 Autoset.
My ResMed ResScan says it is
Launcher Version 188.8.131.52
Clinical Version: 184.108.40.206
The install was from the boards URL Link.
The install went fine. I was not sure which Driver to install I did the USB one as I would be reading from a USB port that has the SD card from my ResMed S9 Autoset plugged into a generic SD card reader.
That did not work so I rebooted and that did not help. I uninstalled all prior and current ResMed software (as i had an older ResMed software from 10 years ago on there as well). So all was removed and reinstalled ResScan and installed all the drivers as I thought maybe one might be right.
That installed fine but I continued to get the same error no matter how it is installed.
What happens is when I go to start ResScan it shows the splat screen (ResScan Software, ResScan) and then displays a popup on top of that:
? intf !=0 @
Press[Y]es to terminate, [N]o to continue and [C]ancel to Debug
Yes No Cancel
You can press Y or N or Cancel and they all do the same thing. The popup goes away and the ResScan program comes up.
I can look at examples with it.
I can create a New Patient.
I can NOT Download. Which I think is what I need to do to see my data.
If I click on Download -> Download -> Open Patient or New Patient and fill it out or No Patient... They all will eventually pull up a screen:
! There are NO devices available for downloading data
Connect a flow generator or data card and try again.
You press OK and it returns to the patient and does not download anything.
I can look on my Vista widows PC which is a quad core 32 bit system with Windows Vista Ultimate. I have the SD card mounted in a USB port as L:
I can look at the drive and it shows two folders and 4 files:
So my questions:
1) if I just want to read a SD card from a S9 autoset do I need anyy of those ResMed Drivers?
2) Why am I getting the Assert error?:
? intf !=0 @
3) is there a way to just copy the stuff on the SD card to some location in
c:\program files\ResMed\ so that the ResScan program can see them
and use them as if they were already downloaded?
I would like to see my data.