WMI is Windows Management Instrumentation
BITS is Background Intelligent Transfer Service
HDD is Hard Disk Drive
So, boot in Safe Mode Without Networking. Tell us what the computer goes through as it boots... any error messages, etc. Will it run in Safe Mode Without Networking without crashing every hour?
If it will, then reboot in Safe Mode WITH Networking and see if it will run for hours without crashing.
Google all of the terms that you don't understand including Kernel Power. If you have the patience to filter through the garbage, there's bound to be a solution somewhere.
This explains how to do a "clean boot". This is different from booting in Safe Mode.
I just read about several users who reported finding outdated video or audio drivers on their systems. After deleting the unnecessary driver, their BSoD problem went away.
Read about BITS. I've never had a problem with it, so know nothing about troubleshooting it.