I am still not understanding. It sounds like you are using windows, and ACR to convert your raw to an RGB image in PS.
I still do not understand how you got two different images in PS by converting the same raw file in ACR into PS (your first post). Did you change settings in ACR to try to convey the difference between images you view on your camera LCD versus what you see after you save the image from PS to a JPEG or similar file format?
You need to describe your workflow and what the problem is. If you are concerned that the image displayed on the back of your camera (the LCD) does not match what you see when you open the raw image file in ACR, that is not a problem, it is the difference between the embedded JPEG you are viewing on a non-calibrated 3 inch LCD versus the default rendering of your raw data in ACR, with whatever settings you have as default.
If you are opening the image in ACR, making edits and rendering the file to PS (image A) and then SAVING the image as a JPEG (image B) and opening both of them in PS and seeing distinct differences, then there is a problem in the workflow.
It appears that you are converting your raw into sRGB and using sRGB as your working space in PS. Fine. When you save your image from PS into a JPEG, for example, I ASSUME that you have not assigned or converted the image's profile to some other profile - that is, the image color numbers are still all in sRGB, as opposed to your display profile or some other profile.
Because you are comparing images on your display, any issues with your display not being calibrated should be equally applied to all images on your display. As soon as you introduce someone else's display into the mix, then you are no longer comparing apples to apples. However, if your display in not calibrated and profiled and someone else's is, then your image, displayed on a properly color managed display, will reveal the problems with your display.
So, please restate the problem and what is causing you concern, because at this point it is still unclear.