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Well, the title describes my problem pretty well. Hope somone can help me?

Some more information about the program: It's an old program with a .exe execute-File, a UIF-File at the same directory, temp and a Data-Folder there as well. But I can't find the logo somewhere in there. I guess it's in the .exe-File (4.4 MB big) – is there a way to extract it?

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Have you considered taking a screenshot? – Harry Johnston Nov 13 '11 at 0:48
The images may be hardcoded in the sources, in that case, there may be no better way to get them instead of taking screenshots. – Michael K Nov 14 '11 at 11:09

See if you can dig it up with ResHack.

Resource HackerTM is a freeware utility to view, modify, rename, add, delete and extract resources in 32bit & 64bit Windows executables and resource files (*.res). It incorporates an internal resource script compiler and decompiler and works on all (Win95 - Win7) Windows operating systems.

Viewing Resources: Cursor, Icon, Bitmap, GIF, AVI, and JPG resource images can be viewed. WAV and MIDI audio resources can be played. Menus, Dialogs, MessageTables, StringTables, Accelerators, Delphi Forms, and VersionInfo resources can be viewed as decompiled resource scripts. Menus and Dialogs can also be viewed as they would appear in a running application.

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Thanks for that – that helps with the Icon. But still can't find other pics ... – user1035741 Nov 12 '11 at 12:07
Images are often placed in DLLs loaded by the main program. Search them too for resources. – Robert Nov 12 '11 at 15:29
Care to elaborate on what ResHack does? – Ivo Flipse Nov 12 '11 at 17:56

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