you've got to get the disk visible first - I expect there's a problem with your WinPE image, maybe you forgot to include the hard disk drivers from the manuf?
You could try setting your bios to "compatibility" mode - or you need to find the right drivers.
My gut feeling is it's completely recoverable still, since it boots to an EEPC message - you just need a working WinPE environment.
You could always use EETech standalone - it will take a LOT longer to decrypt, but you won't need to find the right hdd drivers for WinPE...
Thanks for your answere.
My PE CD has the correct hard disk controller driver build in.
A checked it by booting another, not encryted, hard disk.
What exatly does the "Repair disk information" Option?
Maybe the disk will be available after pressing this button?