Hello MZ-fan, welcome to my guestbook!

161 entries.
speccy speccy wrote on 20. April 2012 at 00:00
Hello from Russia!! 🙂

Today I received the MZ-700.
Patocojo Patocojo from Spain wrote on 3. February 2012 at 00:00
I still have my MZ-700 but who knows how to connect it to a monitor.

Any hint?

Patocojo Patocojo from Spain wrote on 3. February 2012 at 00:00
By the way today is Feb, 3 2012!!!

Patocojo, Spain
(no homepage)
Friday, Feb. 03, 2012 at 00:18
Admin Reply:
Thanks for your hint. I correct it asap. Try this hint for your monitor:
EddieTheWild EddieTheWild wrote on 30. July 2007 at 00:00
Amazing website!!!! almost everything is here. Thank you very much for your hard work, you definitely make these computers keep alive
Daniel Daniel from Slovakia wrote on 9. May 2007 at 00:00
Wow, what a nostalgy...

Those were the days of good hunting and good sleeping. [R. Kipling]

thank you, my Sharp MZ-800
Ben Ben from UK wrote on 6. March 2007 at 00:00

Love this site and just wanted to announce the recent upload of my own site, hopefully the URL will appear in this guestbook entry. Ive included a link to this MZ site too. Would appreciate any comments on my own site from any MZ users, its not a flashy site at all, but hopefully everyone prefers *content* to flashy graphics.

Riccardo Altamura Riccardo Altamura from Italy wrote on 14. February 2007 at 00:00
Im crazy for SHARP MZ-700 (I have 3 of this...), i have but the first one on 1983 and I use again sometime for my personal BASIC programs...
I have some original programs cassette, if there is someone that like or change, please contact me.
Thank you.
Ken Chapman Ken Chapman from IK wrote on 11. February 2007 at 00:00
Thanks for an excellent site; I have found some things I never knew existed!

I am happy to report that the MZ80A that I purchased new in July 1983 is still fully working although has needed a bit of help at times. Recently the capacitor directly across the mains supply input (in the box in the back right) exploded generating lots of white smoke and a pretty bad smell. I discovered that these capacitors were rated at 250v which was really is marginal for the UK and after 24 year they had had enough! I replaced them with 1000v capacitors of the same value but had to cut away a bit of the internal cover because they were also bigger.
Mike Mike from CZ wrote on 11. January 2007 at 00:00
There are quite few MZ-800 games for download, not even Flappy. Is it still copyrighted?
santeri santeri from finland wrote on 3. January 2007 at 00:00
My first computer was mz 721 and it was fantastic, it never showed bluescreen and allways its works perfectly 🙂 **censored** i love that machine 🙂