Booting problem, after power loss.

Hello everybody, I was casually browsing the internet, and my cat decided it would be hilarious to unplug my PC, no big deal, I thought. But when I tried to boot it right afterwards, it didn't. So I hit my reset button, and it brought me to windows startup repair. After 10 minutes of a blue bar going back and forth, it said that the problem couldn't be fixed automatically, yada yada yada. So it shut down. I booted it up right afterwards perfectly fine. All the components seem to be working. But that doesn't stop me from being a little worried. Do I have anything to be worried about here?

Mobo Asus p8z68-v LX
PSU: Corsair GS800
HDD 1tb WD Caviar Green.

Thank you in advance.
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    I'd say, "No."

    When you shut down normally, everything will be properly written to the hard drive. That means that you should be able to successfully reboot.

    However, I would backup all the data just in case I had to rebuild the system.
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