This is happening because the software is resurrecting an old ATI TV card driver
; dated 2007) that does not comply to Windows 7 driver coding practices, and is performing an illegitimate operation that will no doubt cause some form of corruption. While Windows 7 regularly does not panic about this behavior because its system checks aren't that stringent, Driver Verifier established a check that does
catch this bad behavior and will crash the system as a result.
As for the driver itself, I cannot seem to get much info about it other than this
thread and the description below from the Driver Reference Table site I use often:
USB 28xx OEM Filter (TV Card) ATI chipset Driver Update Site: Driver
Beyond that, I cannot help you as I'm not familiar with TV cards nor this specific program you're using. If you can find some update to this driver that'd probably be your best option, but for now, not sure.