I've spent three days now trying to sort out my Boot Camp partition. To get my fusion drive back to normal I have had to remove all partitions and lt diskutil in the recover mode to fix it. When I tried to restore my TM backup it wouldnt do it and complained about not being able to create a recovery partition. I then did a complete Restore OSX inline and after a while my machine had a clean install of Mavericks. Next I rebooted into recovery mode and chose to restore from the TM backup. This seemed to be working. It said it would take nearly 7 hours to complete so I went to bed. When I got back from work and pressed a key hoping to see my login screen, I sar the recover screen! My hard drive doesn't appear to be bootable. I thought having a TM backup was the answer to future problems. What is the point if it doesn't work. I can see through diskutil that it must have put the files back and the used space seems about right, also I can see files through terminal. Why won't it boot? When it restored OSX from the internet it installed Mavericks. Should I have upgraded that first to El Capitan before resoting the TM Backup? I assumed the resptre from TM sould bring El Capitan back with it. What can I do?