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tapndog1

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I have a program that flashes a window at the beginning stating the program is registered to me. There is a logo on it that I would like to change. I have brought up every known bitmap image in the program but it is not there. Could this window be something other than bitmap and where could I find it. I have tried prefetch, inf, dat, etc. Help.
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What is the program?
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It is a dental program called WinVoice. It has a penguin at the start and I want to change it to a tooth.
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Tapndog,

If the program was compiled with the bitmap using "early binding", you will likely not find the image on your machine. There is an additional way, other than early binding that can produce the same results. The bitmap could have been "merged" with some other file. For instance, that was a trick you could use in Windows 3.1 to change the startup "splash" screen.
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I think that must be the case. The penguin is protruding halfway above the window and I can't find the window anywhere either. Thanks.
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