Version(build) - 126.96.36.199
EEPC - 6.1
ePO - 4.6
Please confirm whether the machine is using Hardware or Software RAID?
If it is hardware RAID WinTech should work and allow you to decrypt the drives.
HARDWARE RAID 0
Where did you get your WinTech disk from?
AFAIK Sony Vaio VPC Z-1 is using Intel ICH8 chipset with RAID capabilites (or maybe I'm missing something), but these require system drivers to be loaded and this means that such configuration is SOFTWARE RAID.
Which is not by EEPC and cannot be from obvious resons.
WinTech for EEPC 6.1? ...
though RAID is not supported at all, I don't see why it would not work simply by adding the right drivers to your WinPE build.
Alternatively, pull a drive and switch the controller into ATA mode, and then a standard Windows build will work.
As I say though, as per the release notes, we do no testing with RAID, and don't consider it in any of the design processes, exactly because it's so proprietary and difficult to recover.
Problem solved partially. Drive is decrypted. Windows problem was in incompatibility McAfee EEPC driver with SATA driver on laptop. This is a reason, why windows was crashed.
Now we try update SATA driver, but now issue is unknown. We steel working.