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Where to find SH files?
#1
Hi everybody.

Yesterday I screwed my wify laptop. Meaning, I am screwed too.
I was keeping all my Oximeter data and SH data over there.
I could recover the Oximeter data (CMD 50D+) but I would like to recover the SD data because almost every day I had been adding to SH the Oximeter data. Pls, is somebody knows where I can find this files I really will appreciate it.
I must start from scratch in my wify laptop, but the only thing pendant to recover are SH data. I won't like to be marring one by one the SpO2 files with SH files again, if I can avoid to do it.Thanks
Ralph.
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#2
You did not indicate what type of laptop you are using, PC or MAC. But on the PC, my Sleepyhead data resides in subdirectories stored at C:\Users\userName\Documents\SleepyHeadData -- where username is what your account is named.

Copy the entire top-level directory, not just the event data to your new device.

Periodically, I burn this entire directory to a DVD for archival purposes.

Additionally, I do a daily backup to my system hat allows me to restore the information anywhere I want.

Depending on your machine, there is also data stored on your SD card. In my case (ResMed S10 AirSense AutoSet) I always have 365-days of summary data and the last 30-days of detailed data on the card.

Hope this helps.
"The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius
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#3
Thanks

Found it. It s a pc with w10.
Ralph.
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#4
Well that was solved quickly...

Good job passing on a how to find comment srlevine1.. Smile
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#5
If for any reason you did not choose the default directory you can always go to Help > About SleepyHead and it will show the data folder there.

[Image: AboutSleepyhead.PNG]



Using FlashAir W-03 SD card in machine. Access through wifi with FlashPAP or Sleep Master utilities.

I wanted to learn Binary so I enrolled in Binary 101. I seemed to have missed the first four courses. Big Grinnie

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