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Your hard drive needs to be replaced. When Disk Warrior (which is the best) states that the drive has mechanical problems, you can bet that it indeed does. Now, you might wonder why Windows 7 is OK while OS X is toast? It's because the disk is likely damaged and malfunctioning at the place on the drive or one of the places on the drive that OS X is installed.

Backup your Windows 7 installation using whatever means you can (WinClone or the Windows 7 image backup) before replacing the drive. If you have a recent backup of OS X, you can use that to restore to the new drive.
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