Photoshop cs6 opens some jpg always in camera raw , how can i avoid it?

photoshop opens some jpg files 3 (i have a folder with 60 pics raw and jpg ) and it opens always via camera raw
i don't know why
but is there a way to avoid it?
i mean i want to open these 3 files like other jpg files , directly in photoshop

There is a setting that you can change that affects whether Camera Raw is the preferred method for opening JPEGs...
In Photoshop, go to the Preferences - Camera Raw configuration entry, and look here:
When set to the middle entry ("Automatically open JPEGs with settings") it will use Camera Raw again by default if you've used it before to open the JPEG.  Personally I prefer the Disable setting.

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