I had an old version of Windows 10 installed on my laptop and a week ago win32kbase.sys started causing an immediate PAGE_FAULT_IN_NON_PAGED_AREAS BSOD every time I moved the cursor with the mouse or keyboard, or with the keyboard only from the login screen (since moving the cursor with the mouse within the login screen didn't cause any BSOD).
I totally formatted the drive and installed the latest (Oct. 2018) version of Windows 10, but after a few days it happened again.
So I tried reinstalling it from the repair tool (Windows PE) but other than reinstalling Windows 10 it didn't change anything and the problem was still there, but I noticed that I could move the cursor with the mouse while the initialization screen was shown.
Now I installed Windows 10 again, but when the problem occurs, the only way to use Windows is to use the keyboard for everything.
Other than the latest Windows 10 updates, which I tried to avoid installing using the "Hide or show updates" Microsoft's tool but failing, I know exactly what third party drivers I installed lately or at least the programs I installed lately.
Do you have any idea of what could be causing this problem? Because having to reinstall Windows 10 and all the third party programs every few days is annoying.
***Title modified from: Moving the cursor causes a BSOD - Windows 10***