Runtime Error Problem with KMPlayer

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Hello guys!

I get the following error when I try to run KMPlayer (A video contestant for windows xp work bundle 2 operating group).

“Run time error 9 Subscript out of range”

Help please?

Answered By 0 points N/A #161056

Runtime Error Problem with KMPlayer



That kind of error only appears if the program source code (the overall building blocks of the program) has some errors in it. It does not appear if the source code developed is optimized and tested for errors. In that sense, your KMPlayer is probably a beta version and not the officially released version. Go to the website of KMPlayer and download the most recent stable version on its official website here:

In my opinion, better get an alternate media player if the problem still persists. KMPlayer is not that great anyway, because of its limited codecs (formats the player can use). May I suggest Media Player Classic? Or the popular media player for all formats titled VLC Player? Those can play any type of videos with superb quality, so I suggest you use that. The links for the media players I suggested are found below. Hope this helps!

Media Player Classic –

VLC Player –


Answered By 574165 points N/A #161057

Runtime Error Problem with KMPlayer


A runtime error in a program is caused by different factors. It can be caused by an internal error in the program itself like a bug maybe or a conflict with the system. But you really can never tell what problem caused the error. If you are using KMPlayer on Microsoft Windows, try reinstalling if you still have its installer.

Click Start, Control Panel, and then “Add or Remove Programs”. Scroll down and select KMPlayer on the list then click Remove or Uninstall. When uninstall is finished, go to CCleaner Free Download then download and install CCleaner. Once installation is complete, run CCleaner and clean your system. Restart your computer afterwards. Next, install KMPlayer back and see if it works.

If you are using an old version, try updating to the latest version. Download and install KMPlayer Multimedia Player. It supports Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. The developer recommends 32-bit Microsoft Windows. Currently, the latest version is KMPlayer

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