I have a 2012 MBA, with an SSD which is encrypted with Filevault. However, when running Disk Utility to check the disk in OS X, an error is found, and I am instructed to run Disk Utility from the Recovery Disk (CMD+R during startup). Because the disk is encrypted, I have to mount it in Disk Utility in order to gain access to it and subsequently fix it. However, Disk Utility asks me for a password to mount said drive. I have no clue what this password is. It is certainly not my admin password. I tried using the Filevault recovery key to unlock it, but to no avail. I could disable Filevault encryption and gain access that way, but optimally I would like to resolve the password issue. Is there any way to change this password? I have yet to find a setting for this in OS X (though this might be due to retardation on my part). Did I screw up the password, or is there some other factor at large here? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!