First I would like thank everyone for the support in advance.
I have a Segate one TB internal hard disk which I bought about a month ago. I have Windows 7 running on my PC. Till yesterday my HDD working fine. Last I got a message on my PC saying problem detected with hard disk would you like to take a backup?
I did the defragmentation on all the drives and after some time I again got the same message. So, I rebooted the system. After shutting down, system is not coming up. I see the Intel logo and press f2 for bios and F10 for Boot menu. It does not move from there.
System is booting fine if I remove the hard disk. I tried booting from the DVD but no luck. It does not move from the Intel logo.
Please suggest me what might have gone wrong. I have data in my disk which is very important.
I followed your link and it looks like that drive has lots of problems. your post states
"I have a Segate one TB internal hard disk which I bought about a month ago." I thought it was a new drive in a existing build. You should get a new drive and load win 7 on it then try as Emerald suggests. Once you have recovered your data I would RMA that drive, but as the seagate forum suggests you may get a bad drive back.