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First, did you reinstall Snow Leopard from your original DVD set that came with the machine?

You might want to boot the machine with your original Snow Leopard DVD and then enter Disk Utility from the top menu "Utilities". Run a verify and repair on the hard drive. Let's see what it says. Also, I'm assuming you did not buy Apple Care?
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