Win 10 Master
you could try removing the intellipoint drivers and use these - https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/topic/mouse-and-keyboard-center-download-f5b10905-7887-eedb-2f1c-d0737a36a3b2 but this might be what you have now.the problem i had with this was it cause the vertical scroll/zooming to mess up so i installed intellipoint to solve this.
Your mouse is described as Microsoft USB Dual receiver Mouse (Mouse & Keyboard Centre) in your PC.
I didn't notice it was wireless, I mean, you said it just now but I noticed because I can see what hardware you have via that report.
Do you have a spare cheap mouse you can use to see if its the mouse to blame? Since it was playing up before with MS drivers, the ipoint drivers are the most consistent thing crashing on your PC. Note: the crashes in Windows Error Reporting might be one off errors and the action worked fine the next time but patterns are patterns. Ipoint.exe crashes an awful lot.
All your USB is linked, so the problem caused by one could make another play up. The Dongle might be fine, I can't really tell as USB bsod doesn't show me anything that I can tie directly to a USB device.
BTW, if you replaced WIFI adapter with that newer one, it should have BT as well. Your drivers are from 2012 so probably aren't any newer for it.