Bridge: Incorrect date when downloading

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Since my last update, everytime I downloaded my photos using card reader via Bridge the time/date is wrong. It downloaded to the subfolder about 10 hrs ahead of time. I checked the date of the computer and the camera and they are correct. I downloaded using the EOS utility and it downloaded the files to the correct subfolder ( dateshot ). The file property is recording the correct date when viewed through Windows program. The same happens using other camera or memory cards. Is there a way to uninstall the update? Or is there any fix coming up?
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Hary Widjaja

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Posted 7 years ago

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Bob Callaway

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I just encountered this type of error last night. Some images that I shot close to midnight were dated the next day once they were downloaded from the camera by Bridge. Photos taken earlier in the evening were dated correctly. Both the camera and Macintosh clocks were set correctly.
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Hary Widjaja

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I ended up uninstalling my photoshop and reinstalling without installing any upgrade. I have Canon 7D and 40D so I dont need any upgrade. So far it appears that the problem has gone away. My problem started after installing the major upgrade for PS5 not just the Raw. I believe there is a "bug" in the upgrade. I did uninstall before but I also installed the upgrades aftewr reinstalling and the problem did not go away.