I was trying to install windows on my MacBook and things weren't working during the windows side of the install. After restarting and going to the utility screen by pressing cmd + R, I tried to do a time machine restore, it isn't finding my Mac HD when it asks where I want to restore to. Also in disk utility it says "virtual whole disk" where Macintosh HD usually is. Lastly, when I restart holding option to get the boot menu, the Mac boot option comes up but nothing happens. I stay on a gray screen with a "no solution" logo in the middle. Any advice would be very helpful.
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Go to Finder -> Preferences and see if HD icons is unchecked. Then in those preferences go to the sidebar tab and see if it's unchecked there as well. Else use the link to the page that provides a simple applescript that solves the issue, in case anyone else needs …
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