very difficult to answer without any computer information. But found this old Microsoft Forum that indicates that most likely it is a hardware issue with the same error you are getting: Getting tons of BSOD's .
Here another more recent website with tips on how to fix your problem. it also mentions that error 0x124 is likely hardware issues: BSOD HELP! - Windows Crashes and Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Help and Support
Most concerns with Windows 7 but if you have Windows 10 it probably still is valid since it most likely is hardware and not software problem.
CPU Processors doesn't require drivers unless you have a APU (CPU with integrated Graphics). APU need drivers only for the grahics part of the CPU.
Download and install a free hardware monitoring software like HARDWARE MONITOR or HWMONITOR. That will let you know if anything is overheating or not getting enough power.