I've finally figured out where you screwed up....
You need to take down the "A FULL detailed guide on using Xbox HDM" tutorial in your signature.... Anyone following this tutorial will be in the same mess your in very quickly.
The specific error I've seen (and I haven't read it all, so there may be more).
Do a quick windows hotswap to get your eeprom using LiveInfo Beta 2.
So right click my computer, properties, system management, device manager, disk drives. Now unplug your CD ROM drive IDE cable to your xbox drive. Then hit scan for hardware changes on your computer. Once it finds it, DONT RIGHT CLICK ON ANYTHING. Windows has a tendency to crash. Then open LiveInfo Beta 2.exe and make sure to switch the hdd drive at the bottom. Then hit save as .BIN. That will save your eeprom. Save it in the Linux>eeprom folder.
I don't know where you got this info from but it's way off.... to put it in basic terms:
1. An eeprom is a chip on your xbox that contains configuration information such as region, serial number, HD key and other stuff.
2. IT DOES NOT normally exist as a file on your Xbox harddrive.
3. To make a backup of your eeprom people normally use EvolutionX and select the Backup menu option, this will create a backup of you eeprom, bios and hd info, the data will be in a sub-directory of EvolutionX called backup. The eeprom.bin file should be transferred from this directory and put onto the XboxHDM directory to create the ISO.
What you've done, and instructed others to do is to use LiveInfo to create a blank eeprom.bin with no information at all in it.
If your putting together a tutorial, you need to make sure you are as close to 100% experienced in using the tool or method, the fact you haven't ever succeeded in using XboxHDM sadly doesn't put you into that category on this occassion.