Jonathan Traupman , Sep 08, 2006; 08:04 p.m.
Getting the files from the camera to the computer is the same as for JPEG: either use a flash card reader or the USB connection on the camera (generally slower than a card reader) and copy them to your hard drive. RAW files aren't going to show up with a jpeg icon: they're not jpegs, they're RAW files with a ".CR2" extension.
Once the files are on your HD, you need to process them with a raw converter to turn them into JPEG or TIFF files for further editing or printing. The version of Adobe Camera RAW in PSCS cannot process 5D RAW files. You have a couple of choices: upgrade to PSCS2, which has a version of ACR that can process 5D RAWs, use the Canon Digital Photo Professional software included with the 5D, buy a 3rd party RAW converter like Capture 1, or use the Adobe DNG converter to convert the CR2 files to DNG (Adobe Digital Negative) format, which PSCS ACR can read.
Once the RAWs are processed to JPEG or TIFF, you can edit them like usual with PS.