Accually, this has to do with video capture. You have an entry in your registry for some kind of live input camera (webcam) or a TV-tuner card. Inlink can use this to display the ps2 screen inside it's window, to aide development. Now, if you don't HAVE a capture device, or you have a driver for one floating around, inlink will crash. Nothing much you can do other than trying to track down the driver responsable. Good luck.
If at first you don't suceed, Pull the trigger again.
See bash. See bash run. See bash run GCC. Run, GCC, Run!