Ok.... I was working on Saturday trying to free up some space on my MacBook Pro and I found a file around 75GB located on /users/raquiros/raquiros.sparseimage At first I didn't know what was the file for, so I decided to google to see whether it was safe to delete that file or not.... UNFORTUNATELY I found a stupid answer on a forum that said that if Time Machine was not enabled (which was my case) there was no need to have that file and it was safe to delete it. I was logged in as my user "raquiros" and I moved the file to the trash.... then I went ahead and started to empty my trash bin..... at a certain point it gave me an error saying that whatever file could not be deleted because it was in use and it was when I scared myself. After that error I noticed that the raquiros.sparseimage file in the bin was now like 120MB, obviouslly the files in use weren't deleted... so I when ahead and tried to access my documents and couldn't find any... that's when I realized that I screwed my whole data and that the sparse image was being used for FileVault. I then tried to run Data Recovery II looking for the raquiros.sparseimage file, but I couldn't find it... then I figured out that it wouldn't find it because the file was actually not deleted at all... just the contents that weren't in use at that time (most of it). Right now I can't login as my user.... I am logged in as root and I have the raquiros.sparseimage file with what it had in the bin..... my guessing is that I have to start looking in data recovery for the files that were inside the sparseimage to put it back.... but I'm having trouble finding that.... I would appreciate some advise, unfortunately I didn't make any backup... good lesson but I need to get my files back!! PLEASE HELP!! is all my work!!