What exact version of Photoshop? What exact version of the OS?
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photoshop cs6 extended
intel i5 3.20GHz
1TB har drive with 405MB free
Please specify the EXACT version of Photoshop CS6 Extended, something like Photoshop CS6 v. 220.127.116.11.
I can't help you myself as I don't do Windows, but any Windows user who chimes in will need to know the exact version to determine if you have applied all pertinent updates.
photoshop cs6 v 13.0.1 x64
could you click on help, choose about plug-in> camera raw
what is the version of the camera raw you are using
version 18.104.22.168 but in the help options the update is greyed out
and can i know the camera raw file which you are trying to open , from which camera are they taken
from a nikon d7000
does it give you any error MSG , or the images directly opens up in the Photoshop.
also do you have adobe bridge installed on your computer,
if yes then try to open the image from there and check if the camera raw plugin in s=coming up or not
the image opens up ok and I don't get any error message but what I have noticed is when I save a psd file say for instance on the desktop when I click on it it won't open it says windows can't open this and I have to open up photoshop then open the psd file, can you tell me why when I install it it doesn't show up in my program files it just gives me a short cut on my desktop
I dont have adobe bridge
I dont have adobe bridge
There's absolutely no valid excuse for that.
Install it at once and run it at least once.