Photoshop CS2 will not work with RAW images in the Minolta DimAge A2.  It use to work fine

I have used Photoshop CS 2 with my DimAge A2 for over 5 years in the RAW format.  Now it will not work with RAW with my camera.  I am using Vista 64.Any answers ?  Thanks

It would seem to me that you have probably had to reinstall Photoshop CS 2.  If that is the case, then you should download and install Camera Raw 3.7.  The version that was on your install disk was updated several times.  And one of those updates probably included support for your camera.  Install ACR 3.7 and see if that helps.

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