Bridge: Camera Downloader stopped working

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Recently installed the new 2015.5 upates for Photoshop. Now Bridge camera downloader stopped working. Very frustrating. Is there a fix for this? I can't seem to find a way to roll-back to previous version which did work. Is that even an option?
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James Campbell

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Chris Weigl

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Hello James, I posted about this very same issue months ago and am still waiting for someone to reply. When I go to download the photos from my camera, Bridge does not recognize my memory card. So I have had to resort to using Windows Media player, which is really awful. All of my vertical photos have to be manually rotated upright, folders are within folders within folders, it's just terrible. But I had no choice since Bridge quit. Please post your results. Thanks so much.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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James, What OS/version are you running Bridge on?
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James Campbell

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Windows 10, This was working fine until the 2015.5 update two days ago.
Bridge is failing to recognize my camera card. I noticed that Task Manager showed Adobe Photo Downloader using significant resources but does not appear to be doing anything.
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James Campbell

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It's been three weeks since I posted this problem. Is anything happening, some fix available? Can I roll back to previous update? This is quite annoying, not a proper update if functionality gets worse rather than better.