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I found another solution. It may take time though. You need to try reinstalling windows by using bootcamp and then uninstall it. When you ask bootcamp to delete the partition used for windows, it will also "delete" the free space. It worked for me.
ran into the same problem and found this article that fixes it a little easier Just run diskutil coreStorage list, find the logical volume uuid, and then run diskutil coreStorage revert (that uuid) in your case diskutil coreStorage revert 2F7B1893-07E8-4194-840B-F2552042E055 http://awesometoast.com/yosemite-core-storage-and-partition-woes/
Basically you have to delete the linux partitions (disk0s4 and disk0s5) and then expand your CoreStorage volume (Macintosh HD) to the full size. Boot to Internet Recovery Mode by pressing altcmdR while booting Open Terminal in the menubar -> Utilities enter diskutil list and diskutil cs list to get the partition and the CoreStorage listing. Now unmount all ...
Update 2 Based on the current state of your MBR and GUID partition tables, I recommend the following steps to finish fixing your computer. I do not think it is necessary to boot to Internet Recovery Mode before entering these commands. Make a Time Machine or other form of backup. (Just in case.) Execute my Update 1 on /dev/disk0. Upon completion, the ...
diskutil cs revert turns off the Core Storage volume manager for that volume. The Yosemite installer turns it on in case it's needed later (mostly for FileVault), but if you don't actually need it (e.g. for FileVault a Fusion disk) it doesn't do anything useful. If you aren't using FileVault or a Fusion disk, what Core Storage mostly does is confuse Disk ...
The way to deal with this is by separating the fusion drive, reformatting each drive, and recreating them. I suspect what's happened is your Mac cannot recognize the NTFS formatted portion of the disk. Reboot while holding Alt + Cmd + R for Internet Recovery Mode. Go to Utilities > Terminal, and in terminal type: diskutil cs list, then find the UUID under ...
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