Sysnative is doing some site work right now, so no worries. Here's an alternate BSOD file collection program for you to run:
0x124 bugchecks are very generic crashes, theoretically indicating hardware problems. However, I've recently found graphics drivers to be also culprits, as well as even third-party anti-viruses.
The fact that you're getting BSODs when starting Windows, but only in normal mode, is more complicated though. Again this could be a hardware issue or a software issue, so I will not jump to any conclusions at all (especially with no dump files). You do not appear to be overclocking, is that correct? Is this a self-built computer? Very little info provided in Speccy (as you ran it in Safe Mode).
Regardless, I suggest you start off troubleshooting by running these hardware diagnostics: http://www.carrona.org/hwdiag.html/
Run ALL the tests. If you have trouble understanding the page, feel free to ask me for help.