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You have to edit the partition table and modify the type of disk1s2 (and correct the type of disk1s3) to get your main data partition back and make Boot OS X invisible: Log-in as admin Open Terminal and enter sudo gpt -r show /dev/disk1 to get an overview Unmount disk1: diskutil umountDisk /dev/disk1 Remove partition 2 and 3: sudo gpt remove -i 3 ...
If you have Filevault enabled and don't get the EFI authentication screen (apple.com > HT204156), you're not waking from standby. You should be prompted for creds twice: once by EFI for Filevault, then a progress bar as the Filevault volume is mounted and hibernation image restored, then a second authentication from the OS to log back in. sudo pmset -f log ...
If you encrypt the OS X partition only.
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