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You can try doing a Repair Permissions from Disk Utility - don't think that will do it though.

The other thing to try would be a Disk Repair - but you need the 10.6 disc to boot from to do it.

Wouldn't hurt trying 1 stick of RAM at a time as suggested by Nick either.

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