KMPlayer Setup has encountered an error

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I am running Windows XP 64-bit Operating System and tried to install KMPlayer on this machine but it threw me this bad Image error message. What does it mean and how can I resolve this issue as soon as possible?

I had problem in playing some video files in windows media player, so that I decided to install K-Multimedia player. When I try to install, it thrived mean ‘bad image’ error message. This is the original version no doubt in that and I have window 8 operating system. Do I need to remove other media player software from my system before installation? Can Windows operating system support KM Player? Help please.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

KMPlayer.exe – Bad Image

C:Windowssystem32URL.DLL is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support.

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KMPlayer Setup has encountered an error


Hello Shane,
You guess you are experiencing some type of spyware modified in your browser. Firewalls and antiviruses such AVG are designed to trace the patterns of virus infection but in this case they are not typically going to identify spyware.
I could only suggest to you that you just click your start button on the task bar, click on "run" then, then type "Msconfig" select the Startup Tab and click on Disable All. Uninstall the Chrome Browser from your Add/Remove Programs in your Control Panel. Then run a thorough spyware scan download Spybot Search and Destroy from this site here and this site here.
Hope this can help.

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