Hi Guys! Hope you're all well! I could really use some help from those with experience of Bootcamp. I've had my MacBook Pro (Mid 2012) for some months now and its everything that I could have hoped for. Early on I created a Windows partition via Bootcamp which all went well however recently I've needed to increase the Windows partition size and understood the only way to do this was to re-partition the drive and increase the size. So today, I used Bootcamp and uninstalled Windows and then tried to re-install it however with more hard disk space this time. I thought everything was going well until I was presented with the screen that requests that I select a drive to install to. 4 were there, all of which said they had "No Free Space" and none of which seemed to be my OSX partition as they didnt have the same amount of space on them / free. I proceeded to delete 3 of them which I believed were left over from the first Windows partition and formated the Hard Disk which had the space on it that I'd chosen on the previous Bootcamp screen. Fast Forward: Windows was installed successfully and booted up fine however now I cannot seem to boot back to OSX... I've tried the Option/Alt button when first booting but it only brings up the Windows partition and no Bootcamp software is present when booting up in Windows. I've read some forum posts and have tried a few fixes like a PRAM refresh etc but with no luck... I really hope that I havent lost my OSX partition as I had many important files on there not to mention photos from a recent family holiday that I havent transferred elsewhere yet. I'm out at the moment but will be trying more fixes when I get home. Can anyone please advise me what to do to potentially resolve this issue and is there any way in checking If I have 100% deleted the OSX info/partition? I heard somewhere that I may just have removed the image but that the drive/software and files etc still remain - In this case is it just that I need to reinstall OSX again to fix things? I will check the post again in a few hours, the more info / advice you guys can give the better! If I dont manage to fix it tonight I will try and take it to an Apple Store tomorrow for their review; Any help in saving my OSX will be greatly appreciated!