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12 Feb 2013  

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Win 7 x64 Home Premium (and x86 VirtualBox VM)/Win10

Simple answer is 'No' - there is physical damage to the drive, and this will only ever get worse.
It may happen very slowly, and be months before you notice another problem, but it WILL happen.
It may also happen very fast, and tomorrow the system will refuse to boot, because the drive has completely failed, or critical areas have been affected.

Like I say, you need to plan to replace the hard drive.
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