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You should NOT even attempt to run ACR 4 in CS2. It requires CS3.
If your camera model is supported in ACR 3.7 (I'm not inclined to look that up right now), make sure it is correctly installed, that you don't have more than one version of ACR installed, and then Purge the Cache (from Bridge Tools menu).
It occurs to me that this could be a Camera Raw calibration issue. Have you calibrated Camera Raw for your specific camera? The "defaults" in Camera Raw might not be valid for your specific camera.
I found the problem. I went into the Windows settings for my display adapter and associated the sRGB-IEC61966-2.1 profile to my display. Everything works now. The old profile assigned to the display was the problem.
Thanks for the input, though.
> I found the problem. I went into the Windows settings for my display adapter and associated the sRGB-IEC61966-2.1 profile to my display. Everything works now. The old profile assigned to the display was the problem.
I don't believe this would be the right thing to do. The monitor profile that should be associated with "desktop properties" should be the monitor profile created with Adobe Gamma applet, or a profile created with a 3rd-party profiler (e.g., Colorvision+Spyder).
In any case, SRGB is not a monitor profile ... it is a color space which is intended to match "most" monitors.
Edit: Which naturally begs the question as to how the profile associated with your monitor got there, or how you calibrated your monitor?