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Without your original install Leopard DVD you can't do much trouble shooting. I suggest you send for it as soon as you can or buy another. From your description, it could be file corruption, missing files, or even bad sectors on the hard drive. If the machine will boot to Windows OK and run Windows normally, then at least you know the machine is OK. (maybe with the exception of the HDD)

Also, I don't understand why you had to use MacDrive from Windows to remove a game from your OS X partition? Why not remove it when running OS X?

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