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SD Card Data Question
I'm going to be returning my ?PAP machine to DME supplier 1 for to many reasons I'd rather not discuss.

I'll be receiving the same ?PAP machine from DME supplier 2.

My plan is to go to DME supplier 2 first so use the SD card from my exsiting ?PAP to populate the new ?PAP machine with the settings from ?PAP machine 1.

So the question is this, will DME supplier 2 be able to take the data from either the old machine or SD card and merge it into the new ?PAP machine or is it going to be forever lost?

Perhaps I have my head, like an ostrich, stuck deeply within a bucket of sand? Huh

TIA

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(This post was last modified: 08-15-2016 05:03 AM by icyura10.)
08-15-2016 05:00 AM
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RE: SD Card Data Question
There might be a problem with your logic. Each machine, regardless of manufacturer, writes the machine's serial number to the data. I don't believe that you can have 2 different machines data on one SD card. I think you'd be better served by copying the data off the current SD card to your PC before returning it. Later, you will be able to merge them in your analysis software. You didn't mention this in your post, but are both machines the same make and model?

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08-15-2016 05:18 AM
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RE: SD Card Data Question
yes.... they are SUPPOSED to be the same.... we'll see what they do... I dunno...

Actually, I have a flash air in the ?PAP, and the data is on my Desktop (it's a little machine with some 14 TB's of HDD space on it and I need to add another 4 TB drive.. no there's no games or videos on it and no its' not a napster machine or a server... and some 8.5 feet of monitors [3x34" monitors @ 30960 x 1440] ) and then there's my little laptop.. where I tend to do a lot of my personal stuff on..

They both have ResScan and SleepyHead on them... just so I can view the data anywhere I am...

I've also been seriously considering getting a Pulse Oximeter to start including into my analysis.. I'm still trying to determine which one to get so I can have it all in sleepyhead.... Grrrr... always one more thing...

Next I'll want something that counts the number of hairs on my head so I can determine the rate of deforestation of the hairs on my head! I know something's up there hacking away at the hairs as the bald spot keeps getting bigger... in fact it's now so large it can easily be seen from other planets!

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08-15-2016 05:42 AM
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RE: SD Card Data Question
Get yourself a 4 gig SD card and copy the data off the original card on to it [don't delete it from the original card] so you have a back up copy just in case DME 2 doesn't know how to do it, or stuffs up doing it.

You won't lose your data from the original machine, and new data will continue to be logged on the same SD card as the original [or copy of the original].

If you use Sleepyhead to read your own data you will see that it records all the machine ID details, it will also show the date you swapped over to the new machine, plus all the ID information and details of the new one.

I have just done exactly this when I returned my loan Dreamstation and purchased a brand new one and had it set up as an exact clone of the loan unit.
The clinic let me keep the SD card from the loan machine [but I had copied the card files to a second one just in case].
All the data is still on the card from the first machine, and it has logged the swap over to the new machine and still continues to record all the data.

I download from the SD card to my computer every few days via the Sleepyhead program, the full data log right back to day one of CPAP use is there for me to view any time.. and it shows my compliance data averages combined from both machines, so no problems for supplying the information to ensure I keep my driving licence intact.
08-15-2016 07:11 AM
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RE: SD Card Data Question
(08-15-2016 07:11 AM)Ockrocket Wrote:  I have just done exactly this when I returned my loan Dreamstation and purchased a brand new one and had it set up as an exact clone of the loan unit.

Thank you.. I've got all the data, and I'll do as you suggest...

Thanks again.. !

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