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You need ACR V. 4.6,or 5.1 so CS4 should be fine. Make sure you have only one version of ACR in the correct folder.
Also, make sure that you have formated the card with the D90 camera and not the D80 camera.
Make sure you have only one version of ACR in the correct folder.
I have no idea what this is and where it should be. I didn't format the camera, it's a clients photo. I found out what it was from get info. Also, Bridge is now opening tifs in camera raw, which I don't think used to happen.
You can set an option to open jpeg and tiff in camera raw (edit/camera raw preferences).
On a Mac I don't know which directory it should be in. To see what is there open Help/about plugins/camera raw in Photoshop and see what version is listed. There should be only one.
Thanks. That was enough information to track down where to locate the right update.
On a Mac I don't know which directory it should be in.
Camera Raw preferences: Bridge: menu Adobe Bridge/ Camera Raw preferences.
Inhere you can set the wished behavior for tiff. By default it shows tiffs
only in ACR when you choose to do so with right mouse click menu (open in
Camera Raw) or if the Tiff had earlier been altered in ACR, then it opens
automatically in ACR unless you choose not to do so.
About Plug in in Photoshop, Menu Photoshop/ about Plug In