No Camera Raw enabled in Bridge

Running CS6 on a Mac Mavericks.  When I click the Camera Raw iris in Bridge this error occurs.  "Not enabled.  Camera raw editing requires that a qualifying product be launched to enable this feature."  I have opened Photoshop which does read raw (DNG) images.  But Bridge won't?

You have to launch Photoshop and open at least one raw image through that application.

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    http://www.adobe.com/support/contact/
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    Under the Thumbnails section, check the "Prefer Adobe Camera Raw for JPEG and TIFF Files" option.
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    - Try Steps 3, 4, and 11 in the following document:
    http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?id=317912
    - Create a new user account on the computer, log out of your current one, log into the new one, and then see if the Camera Raw items in Bridge function correctly there. If you are in an office environment, create a local account that does not log onto the network domain. (You may have to contact your IT department to have rights to create local accounts.)
    If you current user account in Windows is a "standard" or "limited" then compare to how it works in an administrator account. If it does not function in an existing admin account, create a new admin account and try it.
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    Mostly have liked the switch to Mac, but with this and my photo workflow coming to a screeching halt, having second thoughts.  (But I suppose Adobe update for PC may cause problems as well.)
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    05/30/2014
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    Desktop
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