First, I can't find ANY Windows 7 newsgroups. Where should I be looking? Anyway, I have some very old (1993) Windows 3.x programs that I installed under Windows 7 [32-bit]. [In fact, they are the ancient "Microsoft Arcade" games ... Battlezone, Missile Command, Pole Position, etc.] And they run ok. BUT .... in the start menu, the icons for the games are blank, or perhaps more correctly stated, generic. And if I right-click and choose "change icon" it tells me that the .exe file has no icon. Now I have these same games installed on this same computer under Windows XP (the machine is dual boot) and they run just fine and the icons are correct. And the games themselves work ok, and run from the [generic] icons in the start menu. So what is going on? I've selected "Windows 95" and "Windows XP" compatibility mode, "run as administrator", etc. and nothing seems to fix the icons (and, again, the programs work just fine). Can anyone explain why these programs would have no icon, or how I could fix it? [As a last resort, since the machine is dual boot, and these programs are installed also under XP (where their icons appear normally), is there a way to "export" the icons to some "icon repository file" and then manually select the icons from that file? Also, I tried pointing the "change Icon" feature for the start menu shortcuts to the copy of the programs in the WinXP partition; that made no difference, same result. Thanks.