I decided to Resize my Boot Camp partition so I freed up 100GB from OS X and used EaseUS to "merge" my C:\ drive on Windows with that 100GB floating space (yes it was a mistake..)

Upon restarting, Windows gave me the blue screen, so I turned off/on the laptop and tried to boot into OS X again (Opt), Mac HDD partition no longer exists…

I didn't backup my Mac HDD for 2 months and I have extremely important work-related data that would be lost (another mistake).

Note: I need to recover Data on my Desktop, no interest in having OSX back, taking into consideration that FileVault was turned on (Mac HDD Encrypted).

  • MacBook Pro 15" / 500GB PCIe (SSD)
  • Mac OS: High Sierra Beta (400GB)
  • Boot Camp: Windows 10 Pro (100GB)
  • 1
    You broke the golden rule - never allow windows anywhere near the partitioning; it just doesn't understand how it's fooled into thinking it's in charge. – Tetsujin Oct 9 '17 at 18:50
  • @Tetsujin we all learn from our own mistakes.. I'm hoping some Tech savvy out there is able to help me find a fix. – Michel Oct 9 '17 at 18:57
  • I'm trying to find a canonical answer to this issue - it does crop up rather frequently... – Tetsujin Oct 9 '17 at 19:01

You must log in to answer this question.

Browse other questions tagged .