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You can try to use one of the forensic tools used to extract images and documents from damaged files or disk images. If the executable has e.g. a JPG embedded, they might be able to extract it.


Most current Windows executable analysis tools only support reading files in the 32-bit and 64-bit Portable Executable format, which 16-bit Windows executables do not use; they are instead laid out in the New Executable format. This is what the error message you cited is trying to tell you. As for how to extract assets from the game, that will depend on how ...

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