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You really should update Snow Leopard to the latest version which is 10.6.6. I'm really not sure what the issue is with iLife and your other applications but it could be a hardware problem that's causing it. What I suggest is to first run a verify and repair routine on your hard drive.

You do that by booting your iMac with the original install DVD (Snow Leopard) and access Disk Utility from the top menu "Utilities". Click on the First Aid tab and run Verify and Repair. After that finishes, run the Repair Permissions routine. (That may take some time to run.)
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