telling us what the BSOD message was would help :-)
You need to be using WinPE really, not BartPE, though for your version of EEPC it's probably ok. What you created (EETech Standalone) is not the same thing as you had before - it runs its own OS, not Windows. In the same place you would have found instructions on how to build a WinPE/BartPE version.
Who created your original CD? Maybe ask them to update it to the new version.
Or maybe read up on EZPE32 - Data Recovery Builder
Thank you very much for the reply, SafeBoot!
Least useful BSOD I've ever seen!
The person who made the original CD is long gone, unfortunately, and contacting him isn't an option.
I'll have a look at making a WinPE version.
agreed - useless.
I suggest making a bartPE CD using the PEBuilder, but don't add the EEPC components (you should just be able to untick that plugin). If that works, you know the problem is with the plugin not with BartPE in general.