I don't believe this is an issue with Apache but perhaps you PC.
Have you had a previous standalone Apache installed on your PC?
Try using the new control panel and see if there are any issues in the log window when you start Apache - first Exit the older panel after stopping and uninstalling any Windows services (make sure the ticks are greyed out and not green),
The latest version XCPv3 can be downloaded from the link in my signature.
Read the Start>Administration Tools>Event Viewer> Applications and System tabs for clues.
Also there is a little free portable (no install required) utility that can read the blue screen info and perhaps give you more clues, download it from here:http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html
The information you see in the blue screen of death (bsod) is stored by date of occurrence in the C:\WINDOWS\Minidump folder and the above utility can read those files and present them so you can once again see the bsod and all the info they contain - also the ute can do other things like delete the build up of old bsod files etc.