Welcome to the OEM review for the eMachines eTower 667ir. This was very recently uploaded by Blue Horizon himself, and I've went ahead and thrown together a cracked copy to install today. Let's get this going!
The installation process is pretty simple, like most other eMachines discs. They tell you you're about to wipe everything on your drive, they make sure you know that, and then they format your drive and run Norton Ghost. Nothing too fancy here.
The bootscreen said something like "Powered by emachines", but it went by too fast for me to screenshot it. However, there IS a custom background here.
Of course, we have to install drivers. This is gonna take a while...
Especially since Windows still hasn't learned it's lesson, and prompts for EVERY single PCI-to-PCI bridge...
Still didn't manage to get a screenshot, but it actually says "Distributed by emachines".
Here's that boot screen, by the way.
This is a great start to this installation...
And here it is with VMware Tools installed!
Assorted Adaptec programs that I can't do anything with.
Easy CD Creator, with it's own Clippy-like assistant.
Jewel Case Creator. It, well, creates jewel cases and CD labels for your discs. Also has that assistant from Easy CD Creator.
Acrobat Reader 4.05b. As always, using the Microsoft antitrust documents to show this off.
Some random kids software that comes bundled with it.
Microsoft Clip Gallery 5.0.
Microsoft Works 2000. Don't have much to show off here.
Trellix Web. A web designing tool, I believe we also saw this in #hp-pavilion-5185-0444
I think that's about it for this OEM review!