I have been testing the functionality of EETech 126.96.36.1996 on a machine with a Self Encrypting Drive (SED) that is listed as being supported by EEPC. First of all I am using WinPE to create the EETech disk and everything works fine up until I try to authenticate to the machine using the Token option yields an EE020006 "Endpoint Encryption disk information not present" when I use the File method it authenticates but I still cannot view the contents of the hard drive. When I used this same disk on a machine that was using "Software Encryption" I was able to Authenticate via token or File and also view the contents of the hard drive. Am I missing something here? Shouldn't I be able to access the data on the disk of I have authenticated and authorized? Thanks in advance.
I think you're trying to use the software encryption version of EETech with a hardware encrypted drive?
You need EEOpalTech?
Thanks for the reminder on this. I completely forgot that the EETech for OPAL existed. When I substituted the EETech for OPAL files in for the regular EETech files and created the bootable WinPE disk and I try to boot from it I get a BSOD saying: MfeEpEPC.sys The driver mistakenly marked a part of it's image pagable instead of nonpagable. STOP: 0X0000000D3 (0x81172480, 0x000000002, 0x000000001, 0x91AC1608) MfeEpEPC.sys. Any ideas as to what would be casuign this? I am using the exact same script I use to create my working EETech disk which uses your MakePECD3.02EEPC6+W7.zip script provided from CTOgonewild. Thanks for the help!
Please use the supported method for creating an EETech WinPE disk:
"Create EEOpalTech WinPE V3 32-bit Recovery CD/DVD"
No other method is supported.