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What version of windows are you using?
Did you try Help>Updates from within photoshop cs6?
If your using a 64 bit version of windows you should have two versions of photoshop cs6, one 32 bit in Program Files (x86) and 64 bit in Program Files.
Might be your anti virus software deleting the file.
Oh and no need to put the camera raw.8bi in the cs6 program files folder, since having the plugin in two places just confuses cs6
The correct locations of
32 bit cs6
C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\Plug-Ins\Cs6\File Formats
64 bit cs6
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Plug-Ins\Cs6\File Formats
Thanks for your prompt reply. I turned off my AV but sadly it didn't fix the problem. But it was definately on the right track so I kept an eye on the C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\Plug-Ins\Cs6\File Formats path and reistalled ACR9.1.1 and conformed the Camera Raw.8bi files were two different versions in two directories. I then opened and cloded CS6 and it appeared to delete part of the directory below C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\ each time.
By chance I looked in Edit\Preferences\Plug-Ins and founnd a check box for Addtional Plug-Ins Folder. I ticked it and created a folder called :\Camera Raw and copied the relevant Camera Raw.8bi file to it, then tried again.
Luckily this worked and so I opened and closed Cs6 a few times and rebooted the PC and turned my Anti Virus back on and so far it has behaved itself.
Thanks again for your help it got me to the right place to apply this work around. Hopefully no more problems.