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Obviously something went very wrong. I suspect that one or more of your backups was corrupt and during the restore it overwrote some of the applications with bad data. Instead of trying to do the restore over (which normally I would suggest) I think it may be best to reinstall Snow Leopard over itself. Snow Leopard automatically does an intelligent reinstall. It won't overwrite or delete any of your data files and documents.

As for any third party applications that are not working because of the restore, you'll need to reinstall them from the original images.
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