I've been perusing the forums and kind of find some answers for my problem, but kind of not:
Current Hardware: -Mid 2012 MacBook Pro running High Sierra (fairly certain I went to high sierra) -240GB Intel SSD -16GB RAM -i7 2.3 (quad) -Bootcamp w/ Windows 10 Home installed
About four weeks ago was the last time I booted into OSX. Restarted, and ever since, it defaulted to Windows - wasn't a big problem as I've had to use that more often as of late.
-Right click Bootcamp control panel, Restart in OSX, and it says OSX can't be found. -Restart, hold Option, only Windows partition is found -Attempt PRAM & SMC reset (because why not), nothing -Attempt single user mode & safe mode, only boots to Windows -Launch Internet recovery (cmd + r) -Launched disk utility -See disk0s2 (fairly certain it was 2) (grayed out, can't do any first aid to it, can't mount it) -Launch terminal -Issue "diskutil list" -Issue "diskutil cs list" -Issue "diskutil apfs list"
I see it's still reporting as HFS and not APFS (though I thought High Sierra converted SSD's to APFS).
Any ideas from the members? You guys are all really smart and I generally find most of my answers here, but this one has my stymied big time.
Thanks for your time!
Update: more photo's from new recovery console (High Sierra - accessed by doing cmd+opt+r):