For some reason El Capitan doesn't boot. I've tried reinstalling from Recovery and nothing happened. The disk checked is ok.
I can use the cmd+s or Terminal. Here is the verbose boot:
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It looks like your hard drive has been corrupted somehow. Use Internet Recovery (Command+Option+R while booting) to recover/restore your machine.
You do back ups, right?
More than likely, your drive has failed. Based on what I was able to make out in the (blurry) picture, the error
BSD root: disk0s2, major 1, minor 2 is very similar to this post:
I have personally experienced (just last week, actually) a similar situation and it too was a HDD failure.
You can also try running this command from the command line to get the SMART Status of your drive:
diskutil info disk0 | grep SMART
If you get anything other than
Verified, your drive is failing; it's time to replace.