Hello everybody! First post here I haven't been able to find a problem/solution like mine anywhere on the forums so I hope I can gain some assistance here. I am unable to access a Utilities menu, much less Disk Utility, during OSX installation of 10.11.1. Upon reaching the osx installer, I select my language, come to a page that says: "Install Mac OS X To set up the installation of OS X, click Continue. To repair your disk using Disk Utility... choose an option from the Utilities menu". However, there are the superior menu where I see "Utilities" but I have no way to click or open it! Only can click the buttons Back and Continue. Clicking Continue takes me to the user agreement, then a page that says to select the disk on which to install where nothing is listed and the screen gets blocked. Do I need to use any special keys to open the utilities menu ?? Background I used to have a partition in the hard drive with Windows & Mac. As I didn't need anymore the Windows I decided to deleted it. I used bootcamp to restore it, and then utilites disk to get the full capacity of the disk in Mac. By accident I deleted all the partitions, the Mac included and that's why I think now It doens't appear when I want to install Mac OS X. So what I need to do is to go to the Utilities Disk and restore all of it again, but I don't know how to arrive to the menu. It's not clickable! What I tried I tried running fsck and it said "Disk appears to be okay". If anyone can help I will appreciate a lot !! My computer is: MacBook Pro mid 2011 2.4GZ Intel Core i5 4 GB of 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM 320 GB 5400-rpm hard drive 15.4-inch LED-backlit glossy widescreen display; 1440 by 900 pixels Intel HD Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M The installation CD I'm using is the original from the computer.