Right, that's bad. The messages you get indicate that the first boot actions are successful. This means that the structures that are responsible for these first steps are ok, and that means that DiskPatch can't help. So it's a windows problem, caused by a disk that's going bad (from the sound of your description). You should run a disk health check and see what the status of the disk is. It sounds like the disk is dying and should be replaced as soon as possible.
Getting stuff from the disk at this point is going to be tricky. If you don't have backups and/or need data from this disk, cloning is the way to go. Or you could try running iRecover on the drive directly, but that may actually make things worse (kill the disk quicker).
Check the disk health first:http://www.diydatarecovery.nl/dp_manual/guide_smartcheck.htm