Even if the file's color profile setting is disabled,
Bridge will display the previously set profile.
I'm not sure what you mean by disabled. You can convert or assign a color profile, or a file can have that stripped out and have no profile. Please explain further.
Thank you for your comment.
For example, I saved the color profile from "sRGB" to "none"
and I can confirm that the color profile is "none" in photoshop,
but when I look at it in Bridge, "sRGB" is displayed in the color profile.
I would like to solve this problem if I can find the cause.
That looks like you assigned an sRGB profile to a CMYK image. I HIGHLY recommend that you don't do that.
You are right.
In fact, when I check in Photoshop, the color profile setting is set to "None", but when I look at it in Bridge, it shows this.
So I posted this because I recognize this phenomenon as a bug in Bridge.
I solved the problem by copy-pasting the image back into a new file on photoshop and clearing the cache on Bridge.