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Do you have your original Leopard install DVD? If you have it, boot the MB with it and enter Disk Utilities from the top menu Utilities. Highlight the hard drive on the left, and run verify and repair from the First Aid tab on the right.

Let's see what it says about the condition of the file system and hard drive.

If that checks out OK, run the Apple Hardware Test.
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