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Going back to an older TimeMachine backup will make your other files deleted. You will have to backup them to another place where you can later access them, because using TimeMachine is kinda like using well.. A time machine.
This has nothing to do with backlight. I've had the same issue on my iMac. I actually found out that it was the guest account having problems login in (no idea why). Upon selecting "my password is not working with my keyboard" and inputing the guest account pw, it unlocked/decrypted my iMac. So if you have a guest account, try this out.
SSD performance is known to degrade over time, if no or poor garbage collection is enabled or not working. The later can occur if TRIM is inactive, the disk is very full or it has no time to do garbage collection. So if the SSD wants to write data, it will need to delete old data first, slowing down the process. When encrypting the SSD, all its contents ...
Since you can still decrypt the drive. I suggest you disable filevault now then enable it again, to get a new code. This time don't save the code to the apple cloud but copy it and email it to yourself.
In addition to the destroyfvkeyonstandby option, you also need to specify that pmset is setting hibernatemode 25 for the power management options. sudo pmset -a destroyfvkeyonstandby 1 hibernatemode 25 Setting both options ensures that the Mac in question will hibernate (where the contents of the RAM are written to disk) and also have the FileVault 2 key ...
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