Disk space and lost partition boot camp Windows 10 El Capitan

Was trying to install windows 10 for the first time and I am unable to locate the Boot Camp partition for the installation of windows after restart alt + in windows installer.

Disk utility also shows missing 50 GB partition.

Here are the:

diskutil list

Cs diskutil list

sudo TPG - vv - r see the/dev/disk0

sudo fdisk/dev/disk0

dLast login: Fri Mar 18 18:08:26 on console

WiFi-131-179-43-25: ~ list of Austin$ diskutil

/ dev/disk0 (internal, physical):

#: NAME SIZE TYPE IDENTIFIER

0: GUID_partition_scheme * GB 251,0 disk0

1: disk0s1 EFI EFI 209.7 MB

2: Apple_CoreStorage Macintosh HD 250.1 GB disk0s2

3: disk0s3 Apple_Boot Recovery 650,1 MB HD

/ dev/disk1 (internal, virtual):

#: NAME SIZE TYPE IDENTIFIER

0: Apple_HFS Macintosh HD GB + 199.0 disk1

Logical volume on disk0s2

9B55AED4-119C-44D3-90CC-735356BFD6C5

Unlocked encrypted

/ dev/disk3 (disk image):

#: NAME SIZE TYPE IDENTIFIER

0: Apple_partition_scheme disk3 + 18,1 MB

1: Apple_partition_map disk3s1 32.3 KB

2: Apple_HFS Flash Player disk3s2 18.1 MB

WiFi-131-179-43-25: ~ list of Austin cs $ diskutil

CoreStorage groups of logical volumes (1 found)

|

+ Logical Volume - Group 822D4439-B5F0-492F-927E-479F175CCDD8

=========================================================

Name: Macintosh HD

Status: online

Dimensions: 250140319744 B (250,1 GB)

Free space: 50788065280 B (50.8 GB)

|

+-Physical volume BA074CDF-10E2-41F3-BCF1-1500780CE658

|   ----------------------------------------------------

|   Index: 0

|   Disc: disk0s2

|   Status: online

|   Dimensions: 250140319744 B (250,1 GB)

|

+--> Logical volume family 94ABCFD9-91C2-4542-A81C-9954CA69F1CC

----------------------------------------------------------

Type of encryption: AES - XTS

Encryption status: unlocked

The conversion status: complete

High level queries: secure

|                        Password required

|                        Accepts new users

|                        A visible users

|                        At the Volume key

|

+--> Logical volume 9B55AED4-119C-44D3-90CC-735356BFD6C5

---------------------------------------------------

Disc: disk1

Status: online

Size (Total): 198999932928 B (199,0 GB)

Reversible: Yes (unlock and decryption required)

Put the situation: Restart required

Name: Macintosh HD

Volume name: Macintosh HD

Content indicator: Apple_HFS

WiFi-131-179-43-25: ~ Austin$ sudo TPG - vv - r show/dev/disk0

Password:

See the TPG: / dev/disk0: mediasize = 251000193024; SectorSize = 512; blocks = 490234752

See the TPG: / dev/disk0: PMBR to sector 0

See the TPG: / dev/disk0: Pri GPT to sector 1

See the TPG: / dev/disk0: GPT Sec at sector 490234751

start index size summary

0 1 PMBR

1 1 Pri GPT header

2 32 table GPT Pri

34 6

40 409600 1 part TPG - C12A7328-F81F-11D2-BA4B-00A0C93EC93B

409640 488555312 2 part TPG - 53746F72-6167-11AA-AA11-00306543ECAC

488964952 1269760 3 part TPG - 426F6F74-0000-11AA-AA11-00306543ECAC

490234712 7

490234719 32 table dry GPT

490234751 1 dry GPT header

WiFi-131-179-43-25: ~ Austin$ sudo fdisk/dev/disk0

Disk: geometry / dev/disk0: 30515/255/63 [490234752 sectors]

Signature: 0xAA55

From end

#: cyl hd s - cyl hd s id [Start - size]

------------------------------------------------------------------------

1: EA 1023 254 63 - 1023 254 63 [1-490234751] < unknown ID >

02:00 0 0 0-0 0 0 [0-0] unused

03:00 0 0 0-0 0 0 [0-0] unused

04:00 0 0 0-0 0 0 [0-0] unused

WiFi-131-179-43-25: ~ Austin$

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Free space: 50788065280 B (50.8 GB)

You will have to perform first aid on the drive to get it back.

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