I'm coming to you having a few issues with my old hard drive.
Basically, my MacBook crashed a few days ago. It seems like my disk has some bad sectors and has started a kind of autodestruction process.
The issue I have is that his drive is locked with FileVault…
I have the master and recovery keys, however, no way to unlock the drive now I've extracted it from my computer.
I managed to unlock my volume and see my locked partition booting in recovery mode from this hard drive, but now I'm running on a new (and clear) HDD, I can't even list the CS groups (the old disk if plugged in USB):
# diskutil cs list No CoreStorage logical volume groups found
When I run
# diskutil info /dev/disk2 Device Identifier: disk2 Device Node: /dev/disk2 Part of Whole: disk2 Device / Media Name: APPLE HD D HTS547550A9E38 Media Volume Name: Not applicable (no file system) Mounted: Not applicable (no file system) File System: None Content (IOContent): FDisk_partition_scheme OS Can Be Installed: No Media Type: Generic Protocol: USB SMART Status: Not Supported Total Size: 500.1 GB (500107862016 Bytes) (exactly 976773168 512-Byte-Blocks) Volume Free Space: Not applicable (no file system) Device Block Size: 4096 Bytes Read-Only Media: No Read-Only Volume: Not applicable (no file system) Ejectable: Yes Whole: Yes Internal: No OS 9 Drivers: No Low Level Format: Not supported