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Sleepy Head issue, no more graphs?
I've been using Sleepy Head for close to two years. Last week my pressures were changed (slightly reduced) via a data card mailed from my DME provider. No issues for 5 days, then this morning Sleepy Head reports my machine doesn't provide graphs. Anyone else ever have that happen and what can I do about it. Length of sleep and AHI was still recorded.

I also notice that the setting seems shows as changed from Bi-Flex to Auto as of this morning although nothing was done to change that.
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Have you tried right-clicking in the graph area? What version of SH are you using?
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I am using version 0.9.1. Every time I try to upgrade it fails.
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If I uninstall Sleepy Head will I lose all the data from the last couple of years?
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The latest version is It can be found at Sourceforge.net.

Since there are many old links and malware sites advertising it, Here is the link:

It's in a zip file without any installer. You just extract all the files to the directory of your choosing. Depending on the age of your computer, you will select either sleepyhead-opengl.exe or sleepyhead-brokengl.exe. Opengl runs on computers that support the 2.0 GL library, BrokenGL will run on all but requires a little more resources. Since I started out with the latest version I haven't had to import prior data but I understand there is a rebuild option to import data from previous versions.
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I went from 0.9.6 to and all my data came along. good luck.
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i suggest making a copy of your sleepyhead directories before playing, that way you can always go back
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OK, I have successfully installed the newest version, can I import the data from the older version?
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The newest version still has a place to enter weight but I don't see weight or BMI on the graphs. Has that been dropped or is there a way to add Weight to the graphs? Thanks,
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If you use a Windows computer, Sleepyhead stores your data in a folder at /My Documents/Sleepyhead-Testing/Profiles/User-Name/Data.

When any version of Sleepyhead is deleted or replaced, it does not affect the data in the documents subfolder, and any new version will look in this default location.

This location also stores screenshots that you save using the F12 function, and it the folder you want to backup. There is nothing in the Sleepyhead program folder where you extracted files that you can damage or not replace.

If you want to use Sleepyhead on a different machine, or backup the data, just copy the Sleepyhead folder out of My Documents, and put it on the new computer or backup disk.
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