Originally Posted by Kernel
Hello again. Well.. it seems your first post helped me out in the end. I tried finding out more information on this dreaded file (SFDAPO64.dll) and found out that it is connected to my onboard SoundMAX driver (more specifically to the Sonic Focus features of the software package); as you mentioned in your earlier post.
For some reason the file SFDAPO64.dll no longer was on the computer (from what I gathered). So i uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers for my SoundMAX and the problem was still happening. I then went inside the software package and "unchecked" the Sonic Focus option which is suppose to enhance sound in some way.
Tried sleeping the computer again... and voilą... no more error. It has to be something to do with Sonic Focus and my P5K deluxe mobo, i'm not sure.
I think that fixes, it. If it happens again... i will probably be back here.