Realtek Lan driver causing BSOD

Hi Guys, I've just completed my first PC Build and I'm getting BSOD's which Who Crashed says is being caused by the Realtek Lan Driver. I've updated the driver to the newest version but still get the blue screen. I'm using an ASUS M4A88T-M Mobo with a Phenom II 960T processor and 8 gigs of Crucial 1600 RAM. Any thoughts? For now I've installed a wireless adapter to get on the Internet but would rather use the wired adapter in the end.
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  1. Uninstall all the realtek software and drivers. Re-download the newest drivers only (don't use any of their LAN software), and make sure you have 32 or 64 bit (whichever your Windows is).
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