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Why is that not helpful? That is precisely what you need to do. Just to clarify, in Photoshop:
Go to Help/About Plug-ins.
In the plug-ins list, click on Camera Raw.
A box will display indicating the version that is installed.
If it is earlier than 4.1, then you need to update.
If Camera Raw is not on the list of plug-ins, it is either not installed or it is installed incorrectly.
Thank, Jim, your instructions should be helpful, since you show precisely how to find what version one has.
I checked the indicated location and camera raw is not listed. I have just completed a reinstall of cs2 and still get the "application could not load adobe camera raw" message when opening bridge. How can I locate the camera raw plug-in on the program disk and install it separately?
Just download it.
Even if you were able to locate it on the disc it would be an older version. Be sure to follow the installation instructions. The plug-in has to be in the precise folder outlined in those instructions. If that folder doesn't exist for some reason, it will be necessary for you to create the folder(s).
Your link was the answer. I had spent about 3 hours reading the forum and trying everything I could find to recover my ability to view raw files (CS2 installed last year with raw ability until this week). Just returned from Amsterdam with 300 raw files and was frustrated when I could not view them. Thank you for your kindness in taking the time to write a reply. It made all the difference for me.