RAW-Vorschau in Bridge

Hallo,
wer kann mir bitte sagen, aus welchem Verzeichnis Bridge CS2 die erforderlichen Daten zur Anzeige der Camera-RAW-Daten ausliest. Trotz Update auf Camera-RAW 3.7 (bisher 3.6) und kopieren dieser Datei in alle relevanten Verzeichnisse weigert sich Bridge standhaft, mir NEF´s meiner Nikon D80 anzuzeigen. Photoshop bzw. dessen Converter öffnet diese Bilder dann allerdings problemlos.
Bilder der älteren D70 werden von Bridge (Vers. 1.01.46) hingegen problemlos dargestellt.
Wurden die Updates nicht richtig auf Bridge abgestimmt? Hat jemand ähnliche Erfahrungen
Vielen Dank für jeden Hinweis
Bernhard

Hallo Raw-Fotografen,
da ich hier keine Antwort erhielt, habe ich zusätzlich das HDS-Forum bemüht und bin auf die richtige Spur gekommen.
Von GPO stammte der Hinweis, den Bridge-eigenen Cache zu leeren (zusätzlich zu den oben beschriebenen Vorgängen). Dies war bei mir der Inhalt des Unterordners Thumbnail. Nach erneutem Programmstart tauchen die Bilder dann auf.
Der Cache-Speicherort kann bei WinXP unter Voreinstellungen/Erweitert abgerufen und ggf. kontrolliert werden.
Viele Grüße
Bernhard Katein

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