I am trying to do a clean install on my Macbook Pro 13" from 2011. Here is what I did so far:
1) Booted up on my USB Stick with Mountain Lion Installer mounted on it
2) Opened up Disc Utility and formatted the Hard Drive. On this step I selected that I wanted to encrypt it as I always did and put my usual password in it
3) Exited Disc Utility and started the Installation process
Problem: It froze on 18min left and I waited for about an hour. Following a post on the apple forums, I simply reseted it waiting for it to resume. However it did not come up.
When I enter Recovery Mode, the Hard Drive is not there anymore. And I think because of that I get a error message when trying to execute the installation again, telling me to try again because it failed (doesn't even start).
I am hopeless now. Tried opening the terminal and listing the volumes available by
diskutil coreStorage list
But it says there is no volumes to show. Already tried reseting the NVRAM as well.
Is there a way to restore the hard drive and restart the installation?