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I recently ran into the same problem. What seemed to fix it for me was simply to rename (within LR) the folder the images were in (I actually did this with a parent folder) and then change the name back. No steps in between. Weird, but it worked.
The RX100 requires a minimum of camera raw 7.2 http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite/kb/camera-raw-plug-supported-cameras.html Photoshop CS2 supports camera raw versions 3.0-3.7 http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/camera-raw-compatible-applications.html So you don't need a new computer, but you need a much more recent version of Photoshop(CS6 or ...
Well, you've certainly run into "The Photoshop Tax" on new cameras. :) To get Photoshop/ACR to open a RAW file directly, it must be a new enough version that groks the RAW of the camera model. And since RAW is not a file format or a standard, and changes with each camera model, and Adobe has no time-travel capability, this means a version of ACR that came ...
Short answer: Hardware upgrades: (perhaps) more memory. Why? It can reduce the need for swapping/fallback on storage. (perhaps) a secondary SSD Why? It can be used as scratch disk and/or library disk etc. in order to offload the OS disk. A slow OS disk can have a general impact in speed of the system (think about swapping) not only on load/save ...
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