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Boot your computer in Target disk mode if you have another computer around, so you can treat the HD of the Macbook as an external.
Another possibility which would cost you more but is probably a bit safer on your data is to get a new drive, install it (a Macbook, having a user swappable HD, makes this easy) and do a fresh install of your OS on your Macbook from your disk. Put your HD in an external case and only try to get your precious data off of it when your machine is stable and reliable.
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