Where does it BSOD? You can try pressing F8 during startup until you get to the advanced boot options menu and select Safe Mode to see if that will install. After you do that your best bet is to simply uninstall your drivers. If you can get that far see if Windows will start normally and allow you to install the new drivers. Might have to go back into Safe Mode after uninstalling your drivers to install the new ones for your new motherboard.
There's also a thread in here with different steps you can take to get everything to work with a new motherboard;
Do you have another Windows key or were you expecting to use the old drive in your new machine? Once you get a SSD you can also use a program like Macrium Reflect to copy your hard drive to the SSD and start booting windows from the new drive.