(01-09-2014, 08:49 PM)bob72601 Wrote: OK, I did NOT write protect it when I first inserted it into the Mac. I have also loaded the program on my Windows 7 Laptop and it uploads correctly. Will the System One make sure it has the correct format when I put it back in the machine? What action do I need to take since I did not write protect it.
Which version of SleepyHead for the Mac are you using? The last stable release for the mac is still 0.9.2-beta. There is also an unstable release version 0.9.4-beta for those who want to test it, but who are also willing to deal with an unstable build.
Also, for System One users, it is NOT critical to write protect the SD card. The System One doesn't seem to care about the extra files that the Mac writes to the card. It's a good idea to get into the habit of write protecting the card, but it is not critical.
For Resmed S9 users, however, it is CRITICAL to write protect the card since the S9 will complain about the card and insist on erasing all the data if it sees any new files written by the computer's operating system.
(01-09-2014, 09:40 PM)zonk Wrote: I,m not sure if you need to install the patch for 60 series machines using Mac or if the patch been already incorporated with the latest version of SleepyHead.
If you are using SH v0.9.2-beta on the Mac and you want to use it with the Series 60 System One machines, you still need to install the patch, which can be found at
If you are using the unstable SH v0.9.4-beta on the Mac, you don't need the patch, but you may run into issues because the release is not yet considered stable.