Hi All Am in desperate need of help. Running a 2010 MBP 13-Inch 250GB. Accidentally let it the harddrive get too full and resulted in not being able to boot (Grey screen, spinning cog etc). Had this before so knew I could boot into safe mode and delete files etc but this time it wouldn't let me boot to safe mode. Ran it through single user mode, the fsck was fine. Macintosh HD was working normally. Disk Utility verified the disk and said it was fine as well. Not sure what happened but the partiton/volume then changed from 'Macintosh HD to Disk0s2' and was not able to be mounted to show up when I push power button+option. I was then able to actually delete the disk0s2 partition in hopes of creating a new partion via internet recovery mode (might I add that is all the system boots to now holding cmd+R), otherwise it is a flashing folder. I am unable to create a new partition and therefore my mac has become dead. I have heaps of data on HD which is more than likely gone but I would like to get my laptop working so any help would be appreciated .