Recently I tried installing Windows 10 using Boot Camp on my MacBook Pro. The initial steps went smoothly until the actual windows installation where I was unable to install Windows on Boot Camp drive. I don't recall exactly if it was a MBR/GPT or NTFS/FAT32 issue, but after formatting the drive I was able to proceed with the installation.
Now Windows 10 is installed and working as expected, and so is the Boot Camp Utility software inside Windows.
The problem is that I have lost the option to boot into macOS. After restarting the machine and holding the Option key, "Windows" is the only option I have. Even after setting the default boot option to macOS inside the Bootcamp utility and restarting the machine I am back in Windows.
I tried the Apple recovery tool by holding the CMD+R at startup and downloading it. After going to the Disk Utility section the the Macintosh HD drive is greyed out:
Which is solved by unlocking the drive and entering my macOS password. But after restart and going to the Disk Utility it's still greyed out.
And this is the result of running "Verify Disk" on Macintosh HD.
Looking at the free space on the drive it seems that the data is there.
Since I don't have access to an Apple Store in my area to seek support I was wondering if there's a way to repair the boot and boot into macOS without losing any of my data?
And this is the output of
gpt -r show disk0 and
diskutil cs list entered in Terminal:
UPDATE: Recently I tried decrypting Macintosh HD after unlocking from Disk Utility and nothing happened. Then I tried the same process from the command line and this is what I get:
Error: -69750: Unable to modify a FileVault context