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snow leopard problems

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Since installing Snow leopard my mac has had problems running (Slow, freezing etc.)
I am thinking that uninstalling should solve my problem but i am not sure how to.
I have put the original os x install disk in to reboot but it will not load onto the hard drive as this is a newer version. I now cannot eject the disk. Any ideas?
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