finding anything out about this KM Player.
I can see that it is developed by a South Korean company;
But what I can't find are any 'front end' web pages for it. If I goto http://www.kmplayer.com all I get is a forum listing, presumably in South Korean. So I can't check "System Requirements". I note you are using Windows 7, (32 bit or 64 bit? That could make a difference), but all I could find about system requirements is CNET's Download.com's page;
No mention of Windows 7 there.
If you can find anything yourself, all well and good. You may also want to register for their forums and post your problem there. Other than that, all I could suggest is to use Adobe's own Flash Uninstaller from;
to uninstall Flash, reboot the computer afterwards, then re-visit Adobe to download their latest Flash Player.
You may say that you already have the latest Flash Player, but we often see members here with Flash problems and a complete and proper uninstall then re-install often helps.
Sorry I can't be more positive.
I installed KM Player on my Windows 7 Ultimate system. When I double click a video file and play it in KM player there is no problem but when I double click on KM Player then the message "Class not registered" comes. When I close the program there is an option to check for solutions in Windows 7, I click on it and it says that flash player needs to be installed. But I have already installed it.
I am sure the installer is not corrupted as I installed it on my Windows XP SP3 system(I use multi-booting) without any problem.
What should I do? Thanks in advance.