So I've got a MacBook Pro which I use for work (and thus every file is precious information) and my BootCamp partition was getting a bit small, so I resized it with GParted, but not before resizing the OS X partition using diskutil.
However, after modifying the partitions, when I hold the option key at boot, I exclusively see the "Windows" partition, no Macintosh HD or Recovery HD.
I can see both of these drives from Windows, and all files are intact.
Is there anything I can do to repair this without
- Requiring a backup drive (My backups are done to a NAS and thus cannot be booted)
- Damaging any data on the device
- Going to the Apple Store (Nearest one is a good few hours away)
Can I use the Internet Recovery system to get into a recovery environment?
Edit: I should mention I have a 64GB flash drive that I can use for anything, and the backups are exclusively of my "Documents/IdeaProjects" folder since that's the "important" work-related stuff. All of Windows and my personal files are not backed up (since the NAS is a work-owned system)
Further edit: I can no longer boot to Windows. I should mention that the value of th data on this drive is such that I am fully willing to pay a professional recovery company anything to recover it. How does that process work if I need to do it?