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I'm still a bit confused over your problem. Are you saying that you can not boot to Snow Leopard and that instead you're getting the Apple logo and blue screen and nothing else?

If that's true, it sounds like when you installed Windows 7 your OS X Snow Leopard partition was overwritten. Are you sure you formatted the correct partition when you installed Windows 7? If you overwrote Snow Leopard you will have to erase the hard drive and reinstall.
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