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App icons corrupt after 10.6.6 update!

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Hello, after mac osx 10.6.6 update my adobe bridge and handbrake app icon corrupt. It's show me a default mac app icon. Has anyone idea why this happend?

I have already reboot and clear cache system also repair disk permissions (basic steps after system failure), but nothing changed. Try also to resave or rather rebuild regarding icon, but nothing changed, too.
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