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Run a verify and repair on the hard drive using Disk Utility when booted from your Snow Leopard DVD. Let's check the hard drive and see if there are any problems with it before doing any other trouble shooting.

Kernel Panics are normally the result of hardware errors but can also be caused by software. The usual suspects are the hard drive and memory.
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