OK, so I unchecked everything, installed a new video card, to see if that is the cause of the freezing issue, restarted the computer.
1. Mouse did not work, fortunately I had a USB wireless mouse handy, so solved that problem for now. Got the display settings back to normal, opened msconfig and found EVERYTHING in Startup is checked. Guess I just clicked OK instead of Apply. Unchecked everything again, clicked Apply, restarted computer, now both mice work and the only item in Startup checked is:
NvCpl RUNDLL 32.EXE C:\windows\System32\NvCpl.dll.NvStartup
Haven't run the computer long enough to see if the freezing issue is still around.
Tried to attach a screen print of what was checked before, but GTG wouldn't allow that type of file (Windows with an imbedded picture)
In brief, what was checked:
ccApp Symantec Shared
A blank line
osCheck Norton System Works\osCheck.exe
dumprep 0 -k %systemroot%\system32\dumprep 0 -k
qttsk QuickTime\qttsk.exe" -atboottime
Logitech SetPoint SetPoint.exe
Do I need to have all the items checked in Startup anyway. I am kind of unschooled on that part.