I just spent my fifth night on my new machine and the data loaded into SleepyHead just fine, but when I tried to import the fifth night from the SD card into ResScan, the fifth day showed zero compliance (3 minutes).
I tried again and no dice. Now, I know that the S9 AutoSet turns over to the new day at 12 noon, but that didn't make any difference yesterday. So, on the third try, instead of telling the program to discard any old data, I told it to overwrite it and that solved the problem and the proper time showed up. Oh, and I upload every day - not that I will continue to do so though. I will probably, eventually upload every six days.
Also, I'm having leakage blow on my left eye and had to reduce the 6 to 16 cm H2O down to 13 and tighten the straps (which I didn't want to do). That's driving me nuts and I'm awake several times a night! Thinking about the ResMed Mirage Quattro Med. That 16 is not etched in stone and the cpap police didn't knock on my door... yet.
Thanks for the board here and all the info. I've posted before, but this is my first posting since receiving my machine.
PS. My ResMed SD card is 2GB and Win7 properties says it's "FAT" (File Allocation Table) and that means it's FAT16 most likely since there hasn't been a FAT12 for decades. I saw somewhere here where someone thought they were formatted FAT32
I tried the Quattro FX and never could get it to stop leaking. I have tried several and so far the Mirage Quattro and the Flexi-Fit 431 have been the best at not leaking. I have a Simplus at the house now and I plan on trying it tonight or tomorrow and will let you know how it works. I like the Flexi because it has a recess for the chin so it doesn't ride up on my face.
I'm a big guy but in all my masks I find the medium fits better than any other size.
Those SD cards are formatted FAT32, at least mine is.