May sound weird, but are you network drivers up to date? BSOD is usually a driver issue that is conflicting with Windows. Go into device manager and disable all non-essential devices, UPS, NICS, USB, scanner, sound, etc and then install the iCloud panel. If you don't see any BSOD start to enable each device one at a time to pinpoint the culprit. The control panel itself shouldn't be causing the BSOD.
Is there a filename in the top left of the BSOD that can help? i.e. ndis.sys or something?