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harddrive data loss after shutdown

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hey i got a problem with my harddrive (i think)
that after a clean install of windows 7 the computer works great but after i turn it off and start it again restart works
but not turn off and then on again,
if i do turn it off and start it up again i will get all different types of errors that programs and windows explorer stop working
(all in a matter of about 2 mins) and then windows aero stop working so i get the basic look and then every time i press ''start'' the meny appears and in the same second i get
''windows explorer has stopped working'' and then ''windows explorer restarts''
and if i press start again i will get the same so the only way to turn it off is by doing ctrl alt gr delete and press the shutdown button there
do this appear to be a harddrive problem?
how do i fix it? or do i have to buy a new harddrive?
pls help

my harddrive is a 1TB samsung spinpoint F3 HD103SJ 7200rpm
    
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Intel I7-3770K 3.5 GHz MSI Z77A-G43 Club3d HD6850 GDDR5 1GB 8GB 2133MHz G.Skill Ripjaws X 
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Intel Solid State Drive 330 Series 180GB Samsung Spinpoint F3 HD103SJ 1TB Unknown 120mm Fan Rear 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
120mm Fan Front Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit Benq G2025HDA 20" Old Acer Keyboard 
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You may schedule a disk check first using command prompt. Using elevated privileges to command prompt type the following - chkdsk /r c: and it will say that the disk is currently mounted and you can schedule a disk scan at system restart. Press "Y" to schedule the scan and restart. Allow the disk scan to complete - if you have received no errors after chkdsk, then boot using a Hiren's Boot Disk and use ESTool to check your Samsung HDD for errors.
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