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It sounds like the partition table may be broken. First, let's try to reset the PRAM/NVRAM. See this LINK. If that doesn't work, boot the machine with your Leopard or Snow Leopard DVD (whichever you have) and do a verify and repair from Disk Utility. Make sure you're booted from the DVD, not the hard drive.
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