My Macbook pro is the late 2017 version with touch bar and the OSX is Mojave.
I used a windows tools NIUBI to extend my bootcamp partion. The tool showed unallocated space, so I wipe the unallocated space and extended the boot-camp partition successfully. When I try to boot back to my OSX, I realised the unallocated space was actually the OSX main partition. The data in OSX is certainly not recoverable but I want to retain the boot-camp installation without re-install windows.
I use the NIUBI inside the windows environment to create a new partion for OSX. Then I use Command-R trying the install the OSX, the partition was grey out, and I am not able to select the new partition created by NIUBI which is a windows tool.
The disk utility also don't allow me to select the partition and I cannot format the partition.
Any suggestions or comments:
In windows environment, I am able to initialize the un-allocated partition to 0 and 1s like a new drive. Does this step help the OSX recovery tool or disk utility tool to recognize the partition so that I can reformat the partition to disk journalized for installation of Majave .
Any other suggestions to help me detect the partition or re-install the OSX WITHOUT destroying the boot-camp data and also bootable for both OS are highly apprecaiated.