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Oct 28, 2008 11:13 |  #16

I know you probably checked this, but how about something simple like Bridge/Edit/Preference​s/File Type Associations ?? Mine is set to Adobe Photoshop CS4 for .CR2 files. Just checking every possibility I can think of.


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Oct 28, 2008 15:27 |  #17

Don't know if this has anything to do with it, but did you see this in the Readme under system requirements?

MS Hot Fix KB-930627: http://support.microso​ft.com/kb/930627 (external link) is required for Microsoft® Windows® XP Home, Professional, or Tablet PC Edition with Service Pack 2 (64-bit); Windows Server® 2003 (with Service Pack 2 for 64-bit); or Windows Vista® Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise without Service Pack 1 (64-bit)


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Oct 28, 2008 16:34 as a reply to  @ John_T's post |  #18

I just got off the phone with Adobe Tech and still no luck. We know that there is no problem with the 32 bit version of PS.

We know that DPP works in both the 32 and 64 bit PS environments, although I can't figure out how to make the "transfer to photoshop" in the "tools" menu launch the 64 bit version. I get to the 64 bit through the "batch process" dialogue box.

I checked my file associations and that doesn't help. I will look into the MS hot fix, but the description doesn't seem to apply.

Thanks for all the help. I obviously have some work arounds, but the improvements of ACR and the added capabilities of the 64 bit were the reasons I upgraded from cs3 - ugh!


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Oct 28, 2008 16:41 as a reply to  @ KenNC's post |  #19

MS Hotfix does not apply to my system - presumably because I have SP1 installed.


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Oct 28, 2008 18:29 |  #20

cfcRebel wrote in post #6576345 (external link)
Very true. However, i don't own any PS plugins. I have mostly PS actions and scripts which still run fine in CS4(64-bit).

I have NeatImage and a couple others that don't run in 64bit mode, so I'm still using the 32bit one.

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Oct 28, 2008 19:21 as a reply to  @ BrantG's post |  #21

ACR 5.1 isn't the solution either. Must be some weird mix with my set-up that Adobe just doesn't like.


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Oct 28, 2008 23:13 |  #22

Adobe is horrible at installs and what to install.
The lords of kobolt help you if the install fails half way through. You can never get rid of the last install to be able to do a clean install afterwards. They actually wrote a full application to clean up after a crashed install, which if you're not careful will actually make anything from Adobe not work afterwards... even Acrobat which was not part of the install process.


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Oct 30, 2008 07:42 |  #23

KenNC wrote in post #6580175 (external link)
ACR 5.1 isn't the solution either. Must be some weird mix with my set-up that Adobe just doesn't like.

That was said as a side note as I went to check for updated.


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