Hey and welcome.
Unfortunately, all the stop errors are the same 0x124 ones.
0x124 is secret Microsoft code for "Um, this is not good."
Nah, j/k. It does reflect a hardware error however. This is the only crash dump type which can't really be analyzed. 0x124 simply does not specify the nature of the hardware error itself. It could literally be anything in the system.
That being said, in certain instances, drivers can play a cause. I can't even see all of the drivers because the crashes have happened so abruptly. Out of the ones I do see, these are them needing updates or complete removal from the system:
SiSRaid2 SiSRaid2.sys Wed Sep 24 14:19:45 2008
nfrd960 nfrd960.sys Tue Jun 06 17:12:15 2006
iirsp iirsp.sys Tue Dec 13 16:48:01 2005
arc arc.sys Thu May 24 17:31:06 2007
djsvs djsvs.sys Tue Apr 11 20:20:11 2006
adpu320 adpu320.sys Tue Feb 27 19:03:08 2007
adpahci adpahci.sys Tue May 01 13:29:26 2007
adp94xx adp94xx.sys Fri Dec 05 18:59:55 2008
iaStorV iaStorV.sys Wed Apr 08 12:54:58 2009
nvraid nvraid.sys Wed May 20 02:43:36 2009
You can Google the drivers to find out what they are and to try to determine if they are required to have Windows operate well. You can also visit the laptop manufacturer's website to obtain newer drivers for some of them, like the Raid and Storage ones.
Taking that these were 0x124 errors into account, unless you're fairly savvy, you'll probably have better luck simply updating the motherboard to the latest bios available. Then clean install Windows to the hard drive from scratch, while formatting during the process.
There is a strong chance that even doing this is not going to fix the problem, because it really may be hardware. Here is the best technical resource you could possibly find online about the particular error: