The F0E2 code is for excessive suds, which would likely appear for any restriction to the tub movement.
The F2E1 code is for stuck key, so maybe when someone tried to cancel a cycle, not very relevant either.
F1E2 is likely motor control error, while F7E6 indicates motor fault. With both these codes together, I would first check for continuity of each wire between the control board and the motor. Also check the capacitor near the motor to make sure it's still within specifications.
You can also check if the motor is easy to turn by hand and that its' winding resistances are within specs.
A control board replacement might not be worth it on a 8 yo washer, but it probably wouldn't have led to a noisy washer... just fail and make the washer act strange.
Depending on the noise, it could be a bad gearcase bearing, causing both noise and increase the drag on the motor, but this would eventually have shown a F7E7 code.