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Comment by Justin Berry on April 16, 2011 at 12:08pm
Actually, MM finally just updated their Carlink software to be compatible with Macs. It had something to do with the 64-bit code that macs use, from what I was told by their software people. If you already have a Carelink USB (those have been out for quite a while now), then you don't have to buy anything. The existing USB dongle works just fine. I just used mine two days ago and mine is among the first batches to come out. So my USB dongle is about 3 years old. Works great!
Comment by Garry on April 16, 2011 at 12:04pm
In the worst case scenario, if you have a gizmo that works exclusively on a PC but you have a Mac, isn't there a way to dual-boot a Mac into Windows and do it anyway?
Comment by Natalie ._c- on April 16, 2011 at 11:55am
I found out about it because Manny put up a discussion about it. But just call Medtronic and they will be happy to sell you one.
Comment by Vanessa on April 16, 2011 at 11:27am
Whoa! What? There is a carelink USB for macs?? Since when? How did y'all find out about it? How did you get it? Thanks!
Comment by Justin Berry on April 16, 2011 at 11:15am
I also think it Carelink uploads faster using a mac since they finally got it to work on that platform. Of course, I might be biased. ;)
Comment by Trisha01 on April 16, 2011 at 11:13am
Hi Justin,
That is pretty much what I had counted on, so your confirmation is great. One less thing to be concerend about. I keep telling myself that I really, really, should get a Mac! Thanks!
Trisha
Comment by Justin Berry on April 16, 2011 at 9:39am
Hi Trisha,

The disc, as Natalie mentioned, is only a copy of the user manual. And since it is a mini-disc it won't work in any computer that uses a slot-load style CD/DVD drive. But, I do not know that many people who would need a manual to use the Carelink USB anyway. You just plug it in. If you are running windows, it will download the needed drivers automatically. If you are using a Mac, like me, it doesn't need to download anything. It just works automatically. :-)
Comment by Trisha01 on April 16, 2011 at 8:30am
Natalie,
Isn't it horrendous, how much our mistakes, cost us in the long run!? Since you use a Mac, it will be interesting to see if the Carelink USB for mine, will have a disc for it. Thanks for responding.
Trisha
Comment by Natalie ._c- on April 16, 2011 at 4:07am
Well, if you read the manual first, you might avoid doing something stupid! When I got my new Mac Carelink USB device, it had a small disc, so I promptly inserted it into my disc drive, which is made for large discs. And couldn't get it out. And when I looked at the manual, it specifically said not to use the little disc in a big disc drive because it was only a copy of the user's manual anyway, and you might not be able to get it out. Cost me $50 to get it out!
Comment by Trisha01 on April 15, 2011 at 11:05pm
Just wanted to say hello. I'm a former Navigator user. As of Monday (4/18/11), I will be a new owner of the MM RTGuardian. So what do I do first? Play with it, or read the manual? :) Thanks!
Trisha
 

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