How do I resolve a BSOD and NVMFDX32.SYS error?

I recently assembled a "Gaming" computer using new components which appears to function well except that it BSOD on power down or hybernation.  suspect it is a Vista driver issue.

MB: Asus P5N32-E SLI BIOS
VC: BFG 8800 GTX nVidia Driver 7.15.11.6925
PSU: Thermaltake Purepower RX 600W
Case: Antec 900

I do not see a Vista LAN driver for this unit - what now?

Appreciate any insight offered!
goliantAsked:
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ryansotoCommented:
That file is an nvidia sound driver.  Your sound card  - is it an nvidia onboard sound controller?  If so make sure you are using the latest drivers then retest
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goliantAuthor Commented:
HI ryansoto,

No it is a network driver according to the driver details in device mangler - I am DL nforce drivers now as I could not find Vista drivers on Asus website.

Thanks!
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ryansotoCommented:
I am getting conflicting info on it. Some sites say sound other say network.
In any case updating to the latest drivers normally fixes it
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goliantAuthor Commented:
I installed the latest nforce drivers and it no longer bluescreens. However it still does not boot after the initial power down. If I reboot it after it powers up (with no display) it works fine.

??
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goliantAuthor Commented:
I didn't mention that it after it powers back up it actually "resumes" and displays a locked user.
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goliantAuthor Commented:
Ok I am going to close this and open a new thread with the new issue.

i was already downloading new drivers from the chipset manufacturer but ryansoto was on the correct path.
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ryansotoCommented:
Wheres your new thread?
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