well you have a whole mess of outdated drivers
any of them could be causing the fault.
(the actual crash was a driver
power state failure)
I really do suggest disabling hibernation and using sleep instead.
in fact I would disable most the advanced power features.
I was going to link you to some updated drivers for the devices in question, but that is apparently far easier said than done.
Older drivers can work in windows 7, but the most common problem you run into pops up when power saving features are in use.
You should be able to find proper windows 7 drivers for your printer on hp's website.
I am not very hopeful about several of these other items which are older and very generic in nature. Finding exactly the right driver could prove difficult.
The other horribly outdated one is for a belkin device. I imagine it's either wifi or network.
As I said above giving the system a more performance minded power configuration might keep the crashes from occurring.