I've been seeing this since the late 1990s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKy9fV_zX_o
Was this a hoax or joke of some kind? The only reason I ask is that, when the blue screen appears, it does so in such a manner as to look extremely unlike an actual BSOD. It sort of "slides" in an animation from the side, not covering the whole screen. Any BSOD I've ever gotten on Windows 98 goes fullscreen instantly and "replaces" the whole screen rather than being a little window that "slides in".
Was this some sort of pre-release feature which they for some reason implemented but then removed? And if they faked/staged this, why would they do it in a way that looks so unreal the actual error screen?