Thank you both,
Good symptoms and good solution, I have added this to a new article that will be published within 48 hours.
KB70463 Error EE020002 - Error writing disk sector (using WinPE 3.x with EEPC 6.x EETech)
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i try to set the disk offline before - and RemoveEE works fine :-))
Many thanks for the quick help
Hi marc, can you show me commands you have used to make disk offline? I had try but didn't work . Thanks!
I had some fun and games myself and on Windows 7 this is what I found to work and have added to the KB
Take the hard disk offline using the Microsoft command line option DISKPART.
1. Start the computer from the EETech/Microsoft WinPE 3.x recovery disk.
2. From the Command prompt type the following to access the diskpart
3. To display a list of the drives type:
NOTE: Boot disk (0) cannot be offlined.
4. To select the disk to take offline type:
You see the following message: Disk <n> is now the selected disk
Where <n> is the selected drive
5. To take the disk offline type:
You see the following message: DiskPart successfully offlined the selected disk
I am unable to see any attached file.
After looking at the screenshot I can see that what happened to you also happened to me when I used the wrong syntax on Win 7. I found that some of the steps provided on the microsoft site for XP/Vista did not work on my Win 7 client
My tests were only undertaken from a command prompt on Windows 7 and not from a bootable CD/DVD. I wonder if the steps change depending on what you are booting from. .
i test it after booting with win7pe-cd and it works fine.
In your screenshot i see you are using the Vista Version 6.0.6000 of diskpart.exe without the option "offline".
If you use Diskpart Version 6.1.7600 form Win7 the "Offline" Option works. I don't know how to set disk offline with vista diskpart.