3 out of the 4 minidumps suggest the BSoD was caused by the inability of your NIC driver - fetnd5bv.sys - to handle power state transitions. The fourth minidump is ambiguous.
Why the presence of the newer printer software would be leading to problems in the NIC driver is not obvious, but the "why" may not matter in this instance. I'd suggest you update this driver to the latest available version:
Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\fetnd5bv.sysIt's over 2 years old now and it's quite likely that newer updates exist. Even the name of the driver (a reference to NDIS 5) suggests a pre-Vista architecture - Vista introduced NDIS 6.0.
Image name: fetnd5bv.sys
Timestamp: Tue Feb 27 19:16:14 2007 (45E3E8CE)
If you do manage to find a substantially newer version of fetnd5bv.sys, I'd suggest first backing up your data and then installing the newer printer software again. You may have better luck at that point.