Overview of Gom-player.exe What Is Gom-player.exe? Gom-player.exe is a type of EXE file associated with Third-Party Application developed by V9 Downloader for the Windows Operating System. The latest known version of Gom-player.exe is 188.8.131.52, which was produced for Windows 7.
Keeps crashing. Won't play videos. Used to be a good player. I don't know if it's because of Windows 10 incompatibility or what. Seems I starting having problems when I got my Windows 10 computer. Causes of Gom-player.exe Errors. Gom-player.exe problems can be attributed to corrupt or missing files, invalid registry entries associated with Gom-player.exe, or a virus / malware infection. More specifically, these gom-player.exe errors can be caused by: Corrupt Windows registry keys associated with gom-player.exe / Third-Party Application.
This EXE file carries a popularity rating of 1 stars and a security rating of 'UNKNOWN'. What Are EXE Files? EXE ('executable') files, such as gom-player.exe, are files that contain step-by-step instructions that a computer follows to carry out a function.
When you 'double-click' an EXE file, your computer automatically executes these instructions designed by a software developer (eg. V9 Downloader) to run a program (eg. Third-Party Application) on your PC. Every software application on your PC uses an executable file - your web browser, word processor, spreadsheet program, etc. - making it one of the most useful kinds of files in the Windows operating system. Without executable files like gom-player.exe, you wouldn't be able to use any programs on your PC.
Why Do I Have EXE Errors? Because of their usefulness and ubiquity, EXE files are commonly used as a method of delivery for virus / malware infection. Often, viruses will be disguised as a benign EXE file (such as gom-player.exe) and distributed through SPAM email or malicious websites, which can then infect your computer when executed (eg. When you double-click the EXE file). In addition, viruses can infect, replace, or corrupt existing EXE files, which can then lead to error messages when Third-Party Application or related programs are executed.