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Bjokey Bjokey from Russia wrote on 5. August 2014 at 00:00
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Gary Gary from South Africa wrote on 10. November 2013 at 00:00
I have tried booting up my old Sharp MZ700. Machine powers up but the boot screen is corrupt. All just letters and numbers and various colours. Where do I start if I want to repair? Any repair guides or help would be appreciated.

hatsugai hatsugai wrote on 9. September 2013 at 00:00
Hi all,

Please visit my site and see MZ-80K related pictures.

Have fun!
Xad Xad wrote on 26. June 2013 at 00:00
Hi all,

I'm a retro collector and a repair man of retro things from 30 years (almost).

I'm looking if anyone have to sell a Graphics Expansion Card for MZ-80B.

Thanks in advance.
mark tyrrell mark tyrrell from uk wrote on 18. April 2013 at 00:00
hi does anyone have a sharp mz80 -700 for sale
in the uk?

i am also looking for the sharpsoft adventure games
haunted house
mexican adventure if anyone has links for them and how to load them in a emulator (which basics etc)

many thanks

great site!!
Baloh Boris Baloh Boris from Slovenia wrote on 3. January 2013 at 00:00
uf what a shame, I posted wrong email in my previous post...

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Baloh Boris Baloh Boris from Slovenia wrote on 3. January 2013 at 00:00
Hi All!
Decided to sell my collection..

MZ821 computer
MZ-ID04 monitor
BASIC Interpreter cassette

Did some recent tests: Computer boots, keys all OK, video output OK, tape OK - loads basic cassete (in 2nd try).

Some colour smear on monitor and strange colour traces on machine.


Offers on
Location: Slovenia; will post to Europe or worldwide, but might get expensive. Local pickup available!

Also atari ST mega 2 with monitor and HDD for sale.

Masa Masa from Japan wrote on 1. January 2013 at 00:00

I had MZ-2000 before 30yrs ago 🙂

I really want to use MZ personal computer.
Because MZ computer gave my programming method 😀

By the way I 'm looking for WICS(Interger Interpretere Compiler System).
It was made at Caqrry labo in Japan.
This company is not exsit now.
Do you know WICS?
It is useful and I felt this compiler was so fast 😀
Gurka Gurka wrote on 30. November 2012 at 00:00

The controller pinout is the same as for Sega Mega Drive. Look that up, it's easy to find. 🙂

This means you can use Sega Mega Drive controllers with these computers.
Serra Serra from Portugal wrote on 20. November 2012 at 00:00
Recently a friend of mine offered me a Sharp MZ-721 after some restoration work, I finally put it to work.

Unfortunately I can not find documentation on the joystick port. Could someone help me with the port pinout ?