There is no need to create this in Windows 7. The EETech tool works at sector level and thus the OS is not important. Simply use the same CD for all Operating systems.
We have tried this process but it still doesn't work. It will for our XP v6.1.3 machines but not our Windows 7 v6.1.3 machines. Another other ideas or suggestions are greatly appreciated!
When you boot up your disk on a Windows 7 system, what is the negative effect that you see? Are you using EETech standalone or within a BartPE environment?
I did create a recovery disk.
I already updated my disk to EEPC version 6.2, including some nice to have tools.
In the documentation of EEPC 6.2 the complete process is documented. (but I didn't test this).