I purchased an Olympus OM-D Mark II and downloaded Camera Raw plug-in 9.1 onto Photoshop CS6 (on a PC). I now realize that 9.1 is not compatible with CS6. Photoshop CS6 has always been able to download images including raw files from my Nikon D800. Now, CS6 does not download any images from the D800. I have tried to locate the Camera Raw plug-in 9.1 to uninstall it, but it does not appear on the program list to uninstall. Plug-in 9.1 is shown on the plug-in list below Camera Raw 7.0. How do I get rid of Camera Raw 9.1 and go back to the default Camera Raw 7?
Which version of windows are you using?
From where did you download the camera raw 9.1 plugin?
The camera raw 9.1 plugin is compatible with photoshop cs6 as long as you have windows 7 or later.
If in photoshop cs6 you go to Help>About Plug-In, you should only have one version of camera raw listed.
If both camera raw 9.1 and camera raw 7.0 are listed, then most likely the problem is having the camera raw 7.0 plugin installed.
Having two camera raw plugins will confuse photoshop.
Thank you forgetting back to me.
I use Windows7.
I downloadedCamera raw 9.1 from the Adobe site.
I checkedHelp> About Plug-in and version 184.108.40.206 was listed.
I alsochecked Help> Updates and Camera Raw 7 was listed. When I open the box,Camera Raw 9.1 (CS6) was listed below Camera Raw 7.
Also, my CS6still cannot open raw files from the Olympus OM-D Mark II.
I am guessingthat I may have downloaded 9.1 for Creative Cloud. Should I update to 9.1 usingthe Help>Updates location? Will thisremove other Camera Raw downloads?
Yes, use Help>Updates from within photoshop cs6 and let it install the camera raw 9.1 update
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Not sure I agree that Camera Raw plugin 9.1.0 is compatible with CS-6.
I Just loaded Adobe Creative Suite Production Premium Version 6 into new PC, Windows 8.1. Also have Bridge 220.127.116.11 and the Camera Raw plug-in 18.104.22.1681. Bridge will not load multiple images into Photoshop layers. My older PC has same CS-6 except it ahs Camera Raw 7.0 and it works fine.