If you're receiving and NSIS error when trying to install GOM Media Player, you'll have to re-download the installer package.
Please clear the cookies and temporary files from your computer first, then click the link below to download the latest version of the installer. When downloading, instead of saving the file to disk, please choose to run the program directly.
Once the download is complete, try the installation again.
|51||Non Format-Specific||No audio when I play any file||3006|
|50||Installation & Setup||Can I run GOM Player from the command line or using scripts?||1628|
|49||Features & Functions||About Bookmarks in version 220.127.116.1189||1722|
|48||Installation & Setup||I get an OS or CPU error when I try to install GOM Media Player||3349|
|47||Using the Player||I can't play .DAT files||5828|
|46||Non Format-Specific||MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, FLV won't play (Intel Quick Sync Video)||13477|
|45||Features & Functions||How do I use the Rotation feature?||8908|
|44||Features & Functions||Setting default playback window size for continuous playback of files with different sizes.||4941|
|43||Using the Player||What is the Transparency Slider?||6495|
|42||Using the Player||Audio gets distorted when I raise the volume||6855|