Dag Erik's Retro Computers

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This is my exhibition. My lovely wife lets my keep some of it in the living room.

In the loft i have a ManCave.

For Sale: Sharp MZ 700 - 1982

West PC 1600 - IBM Compatible machine from Norway. - 1987 (est.)

  • Not in working condition.
  • Unknown Motherboard.
  • Intel 80286, 10MHz with a 80287 Co processor
  • 5 1/4" - 360kb Floppy Drive. Now used in another pc.
  • ISA 8bit EGA Card - Type is based on chip type: F68B45P
  • ISA 16bit MFM Controller
  • ISA 8bit modem
  1. Has tried using two different ISA 16 VGA Card. No pictures. Has check that power supply delivers 5v and 12v
  2. Has tried original EGA card - no picture.
  3. Gives three continues beep when powering up. AMI BIOS. Probably faulty RAM chips or Memory configuration.


IBM Personal System 2 - Model 60 - 1987

  • IBM DOS 5.0 and Windows 3.0
  • Intel 80286 - 10MHz
  • DRAM 30 pin 150ns parity check - 4x256KB = 1MB.
  • MCA slots
  • ESDI Harddisk - 73MB works fine. Makes a soothing sound when used.
  • VGA
  • 3,5" Floppy Drive Not working. Using spare for running reference disk.
  1. I have replaced the battery with a Energizer CR223
  2. One memory module 256KB.is faulty. need new. e.x. 2 of 65x6263 or the one on the picture (faulty)

Amstrad PPC512 - 1988

  • Nec V30 CPU, 8 MHz,
  • MS-DOS 3.3
  • CGA / MDA
  • 3,5" 720Kb Floppy
  • Run on Ten C-size alkaline batteries. (10 x 1.5v = 15 volts)

Schneider EuroPC - 1988

  • EuroPC, 8088, 9,59MHz, 512MB RAM, 128MB CF
  • 3,5" 720KB Floppy Drive
  • One 8bit ISA slot with XT-IDE
  • CGA/Hercules - changeable in BIOS
  • Here pictures with original Hercules MDA monitor.
  • Was damaged by leaking battery. See below for more details.
  • Has been tested to work with EGA and VGA card. Using Hercules for authenticity.
  • Successfully connected it to Gotek with FlashFloppy. Using an 26pins cable and an 26pin to 34 pin adapter.
  • Vogons blog
  • YouTube videos
  1. Trying to make it work with external Gotek - so far without luck. Have ordered a standard 26 to 34 pin cable. Let's see if that works.
  2. It has Joystick port - Atari Plug. Have tried with Atari/C64 Joystick with no luck. Have tried with NVR.COM (for Amstrad) to program joystick. Cannot run. If you know anything about Joystick support please contact me.

Toshiba 3200SX - 1989

  • Intel 80386SX-16MHz
  • 5MB - 30Pins SIMM
  • 16bit and 8bit ISA slot.
  • NIC in one ISA slot.
  • VGA / LPT1 / 2x RS232 / DIN Keyboard
  • 3,5" Floppy Drive
  • Gas Plasma - 640x480 / Red/Black - Cracked - External output works.
  • Manual


  • Starts and displays BIOS on external monitor. Internal HDD does not spinn-up. HDD light on.
  • Consider changing HDD (maybe the one from T5200). Consider XT-IDE. Consider replacing screen with new colour TFT. Consider selling for parts.
  • Will probably leave it for the dust, are use as parts. If you need it - let me know.


Compaq SLT/286 - 1990

  • Intel 80C286 - 12Mhz, 40MB HDD,
  • 3,5" 1.44MB Floppy
  • Vogons project page
  • Video can be switched to an external VGA color monitor with the press of ctrl+alt+< keys.
  1. Fix Dallas clock chip.
  2. Consider to use replace HDD with IDE2CF adapter.

Toshiba T5200 - 1991

  • Intel 80386 - 20MHz - 40MB HDD
  • DOS and Windows 3.11
  • 13" Gas Plasma - 640x480 / Red/Black
  • 640Kb Base, 4096Kb extended
  • Original HDD at 100MB - IDE.
  • 3,5" Floppy Drive
  • 3COM NIC in 16Bit ISA slot
  • One 8 bit ISA slot available
  • 2 x RS232 / LPT1
  • Manual and Summary


  • Considering to to replace IDE disk with CF - Need new BIOS to detect brands other than Conner

Toshiba 430CDT - 1995 (est.)

  • Pentium 120Mhz? - 16MB RAM? CF - 2GB?
  • Freedos 1.1
  • CD-ROM / RS232 / LPT1 / PC-CARD / VGA / PS2 for keyboard or Mouse
  • Sound Blaster Pro Interrupt 5 not changeable.
    • Runs most demos
  • 800x600 Native resolution on TFT
  • External Docking station. and External Floppy (not working)

SHARP PC-9030 - 1997

  • Pentium 120 MHz - 16MB RAM - 2GB CF
  • MS-DOS 6.22 - 4DOS and Windows 3.11
  • CD-ROM / RS232 / LPT1 / PS- Keyboard / VGA / Composite
  • Sound Blaster Pro Interrupt 5 not changeable.
    • Runs most demos - not those that demands SB on int 7
  • Composite Out is set in BIOS to disable/PAL/NTSC. Tested and works
  1. The "5" key can not be pressed. But it pressed it-selves from time to time. - annoying. Have tried to clean the key without opening the machine. Fixed by remapping "5" to "nothing" by using Ansi.sys and this in my autoexec.bat:
    • PROMPT $E["5";""pESC["";"5"p
    • PROMPT $P$G

I now get "5" by pressing "5" on the numeric keypad or by pressing SHIFT-Fn+i

IBM Thinkpad 390 - 1998

  • Pentium II 233Mhz, 160MB RAM, 3.2 GB HDD
  • Windows 98 SE
  • 3,5" Floppy / CD-ROM / PC-CARD / PS2 Mouse / IrDA / USB / LPT1 / RS232 / VGA
  • Sound Blaster 16/Pro Compatible in Windows 98 - General Midi P330
    • Runs Doom with General Midi and SB Pro effects
  • NeoMagic MagicMedia 256AV (NM2200) - 2.5 MB VRAM
    • SVGA (800x600) in 24bit.


  1. Considering a larger harddrive (CF, SD or IDE to MSata) and a PCMCIA WLAN Adapter

Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook S4572 - 2001

  • Pentium III - 750MHz - 256 MB RAM - CD-Rom - 64GB CF Card
  • Windows 98 SE
  • USB / LPT1 / RS232 / PC-CARD / VGA /LAN / 56 Kbps
  • Sound Blaster Pro Compatible in Windows 98 - General Midi P330
    • Runs Doom with General Midi and SB Pro effects
  • 12,1" TFT - 1024x768 24bit, AGP2x, 4MB SDRAM


IBM Thinkpad X60s - 2007

Centrino Duo 1,66Ghz - 1,5GB RAM - 40GB SSD

Windows XP SP3

WLAN (a/b/g) / LAN / IrDA / FireWire/ USB 2.0 / PC-CARD / SD Card Reader / 56Bbps / VGA

Video: Intel GMA 950 - 1024x768

Audio: AD1981HD

MYCRO-1 - 1975

  • Manufactured and sold by Mycron of Oslo, Norway.
  • Built around the Intel 8080 CPU, it was one of the first commercial single-board computer after the Intel SDK-80.
  • The disk station weigh 26,5kg
  • The basic modules In the MYCRO-1 system are:
    • DIM-1001 Computer Module,
    • DIM-1010 4kByte RAM Module,
    • DIM-1012 4kByte PROM Module,
    • DIM-1013 16kByte RAM Module (dynamic),
    • DIM-1021 Quad Peripheral Input/Output Module,
    • DIM-1030 Disc Controller (8 x 256 kByte Floppy Disc),
    • DIM-1090 Chassis with Motherboard,
    • DIM-1091 Power Supply.
  • Facebook page


  1. Has not been testet.
  2. Has only serial connection - no monitor outputs.

ABC 80 with cassette player - 1978

Tiki 100

Tiki 100 - 1984

  • Tiki 100 is a Norwegian CP/M computer mostly used in primary schools.
  • Z80 - 4MHz - 64KB RAM, 32KB VRAM, 8KB ROM
  • RUN TIKOS and CP/M 86
  • 5 1/4" Floppy
  • Graphics: PAL-compatible, based on discrete TTL components. Bitmap graphics with a 256-color palette, supporting 3 different resolutions with 256, 512 or 1024 by 256 pixels. 16, 4, or 2 simultaneous colours respectively.
  • Facebook page

Harddisk emulator card for Tiki 100

West PC 800 - 1985

  • A Norwegian CPM (Z80A) 4MHz and Apple II (6502) 1MHz compatible machine. The Apple II compability is supposed to by 100%, including BIOS and full Hardware compability.
  • 64Kb RAM. ROM with Basic and Modem/Terminal software
  • Resolution: 40x48 in 15 colours. 140x192 in 8 colours and 280x192 in monochrome
  • RF, Composite, Keyboard, Joystick, IR, Modem, RS232
  • I have the keyboard, by i'm am not getting it to work. If you know anything that might please, please contact me.
  • It came with an alarm/modem card, but this is removed due to faulty card.
  • Facebook page


  1. Fix keyboard
  2. Try with Apple II SD Card

IBM 5155 - 1984

  • 640 KB RAM
  • XT-IDE with Compact Flash
  • Runs 8088MPH in 1024 colours on original CGA card on NTSC Composite out.
  • Check out demo on YouTube

Amstrad PC1640 DD - 1986

  • Intel 8086, 8 MHz. 640KB RAM, 2 x 360KB Floppy
  • MS-DOS 3.2 and GEM
  • 3 ISA 8bit slots.
  • RS232 and LPT1, Mouse port, Keyboard port and Joystick port in Keyboard.
  • XT-IDE CF
  • Semi EGA . The PC-CD monitor only supports 320x200 and 640x200 in 16 colours.
  • Sound Blaster Pro 2 - Isa 8bit - ct1600 (16bit physical)
  • Can use Atari Joystick. Program fire button via nvr.exe. Works in e.x. Arkanoid 2

IBM 12" Monitor 8512 - 1987

  • Max Resolution: 640x480/256 and 720x400/16 (text mode)
  • Supports: All EGA, All MCGA, All CGA
  • Maybe the first VGA monitor - please comment on this.


IBM PS/2-30/286 - 1988

    • Intel 80286 - 10MHz - 8/16bit ISA (NOT MCA)
    • IBM DOS 4.00
    • Sound Blaster AWE 64 Value - 512Kb RAM - ct4520
      • with SBPNPXT and aweutil /s to make it work.
      • Extremely happy with the sound quality.
    • Original Harddrive - 30MB
    • Faulty power Switch
    • 3,5" 1,44MB Floppy Drive.
    • PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse, VGA, LPT1 and RS232


    1. Fix the power switch

IBM PS/2-55sx. - 1989

    • Intel 80386 - 16MHz - MCA, 57MB HDD, 8 MB RAM
    • MCA Memory expansion card with 4MB RAM
    • ESDI Original Harddrive with lots of bad sectors
    • Covox for sound.
    • 3,5" 1,44MB Floppy Drive.
    • PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse, VGA, LPT1 and RS232
    • Lots of bad sectors

DECpc LPx 433 - 1990 (est.)

  • Pentium Overdrive @ 84Mhz - Originally 486, 16MB RAM
  • Compact Flash - 4GB (2 partitions)
  • Dos 6.22
  • Sound Blaster 16 pnp
  • YouTube video

USR Sportster 28.800 modem - 1994?

  • In original box
  • Yes - it is standing on a gold plate.

Iomega Zip 100 - 1994

  • Iomega Zip 100MB Paralell port version.
  • Excellent not only to copy over programs, but also as a "harddrive" for running games and program directly from it.
  • The driver PalmZip is a lightweight driver that works on 8088 and above. Hardly uses any memory. The Zip drive is then a station (e.x. C:). Updated Feb. 2018

Ghost'n Goblins on PC.

EGA game and PC Speaker.

Demanded Joystick to go past "center joystick" screen. I had this game in 1987, but i could never play it because i lacked the joystick! Now, over 30 years later i can play it!

Finally playing Operation Wolf on PC


PC Joystick Competition Pro - Analog.


Dell XPS - 1997 - 1988 (est.)

  • Pentium II - 350Mhz, CF 8Gb, 384Mb RAM
  • Windows 98SE
  • Sound Blaster Audigy 2 zs - SB0350.
  • Voodoo3 -2000 - 16MB AGP
  • 3,5" 1.44MB Floppy
  • CDR and DVD
  • YouTube video
  • Links: MPXPlay (Audio Player dos DOS) and Audigy12 - Patch for Audigy 2 cards using DOS drivers of Audigy 1
  • Note: The Audigy 2 zs WDM drivers for windows made the machine run slow and the Win9x games was unstable, and sound was laggy. But the DOS support was ok. With the VXD drivers windows games was much better, no lag, and Windows performed better. But no SB support in DOS. User DOS Drivers for Audigy 1 with patch to get support in Real DOS. - Works ok. Remember for Tick the MT32 box in SBEmixer.exe for Roland compatibility . Vogons.org has more. I am using the 8MB Wavetable.

EverCom Pentium II - 1988 (est.)

  • Pentium II - 233Mhz, 64MB RAM, 3 Gb HDD, 64Mb RAM
  • Sound Blaster AWE 64 Value - 512Kb RAM - ct4520
    • Running AWE Gold driver CD installation.
  • ATI Rage 128 (AGP) and Voodoo 2 (PCI)
  • Totally two ISA slots. and 5 PCI slots.
  • 3,5" 1,44MB and 5 1/4" 360KB Floppy drives
  1. Considering installing a LAN interface
  2. Considering installing card reader in 3.5" bay - need internal USB/Pin connections

AMD Athlon XP 1800+ - 2002

  • 512MB RAM, 120GB Maxtor HDD ATA133
  • Windows 98SE
  • Asus A7N8X MB
  • USB / LPT1 / RS232 / MIDI / GAME PORT / LAN / PS2 Keyboard and Mouse
  • AGP Radeon 9600 VGA, DVI and S-VHS out
  • DVD player and Plextor CDR
  • 3,5" Floppy Drive
  • Sound Blaster 16/Pro compatible in Windows 98. MIDI has to be disabled in BIOS!
    • Excellent sound quality - no noice.
  • I tried to get my 5 1/4" 260KB floppy to work in this machine. And it did, but only when i removed the 3,5" floppy drive. So i decided to put the 360KB in my EverCom PC.
  • Fantastic machine for retro gaming. Incredible fast - in still full Win98SE and DOS game compatibility. My "Goto" machine for Windows98 gaming.

Sun Ultra 10 Creators 3D Edition - 1998

  • UltraSPARC 11i - 300Mhz, 256MB RAM
  • Solaris 7
  • IDE Controller


  1. Fix Dallas battery
  2. Find and try some games

Commodore Vic20 -1980

  • Retr0Bright'ed
C64G - Good memories.

Commodore C64 - Breadbin - 1982

  • I have install heatsinks
  • SwinSID - because i needed the SID in my C128D
  • 1541-II Floppy Drive
  • 1530 Datasette
  • Final Cartridge 3

Commodore C16 - 1984

  • Wikipedia
  • It works fine with my Sdrive 1564 - SD2IEC


  1. Add Heatsink
  2. Upgrade to 64KB RAM
  3. Run some 64KB demos and take som pictures.

Commodore C128D - 1985

  • Cleaned and Retr0Bright'ed (se further down for details)
  • Install SwinSID since the original SID was faulty. Has to replace the SwinSID with original because the mouse did not work, and some C128 demos did not have correct sound.
  • Floppy was not working - replaced R65C22P2
  • Has to replace missing keys on keyboard
  • Used my own CGA to SCART cable. Gives all 16 colours. Se below for details
  • Using external drive og SD2IEC on a C128D is not easy due to the built inn floppy who is ID8. I found a program that swapped ID 8 and 9. I have to run this program every time, so it is not an optimal solution. Using a 128D is usually more trouble then using a C64.
  1. Fix floppy drive which turns on/off in intervals.


Commodore C64C - 1986

  • No mods.
Amiga 500 - we all have one. This one is with a Gotek floppy emu. Greate for gaming.

Commodore Amiga 500 - 1987

Amiga 600 with 2MB ram, 2 MB SRAM(PCMCIA) Compact Flash Harddive with 4 GB WHD files. - mostly games

Commodore Amiga 600 - 1992

  • Recapped at RetroService
  • 2MB RAM + 2MB SRAM (PCMCIA)
  • Compact Flash with 4GB WGD Games

Commodore Amiga 1200 - 1992

  • ACA 1233n accelerator with 68030 with MMU running at 40MHz , 128MB RAM
  • 8GB Compfact Flash Disk with loads of WHD games.
  • Recapped at RetroService

SDrive 1564

  • SD2IEC - SD Card for Vic 20, C64, C128 and C16
  • Works on most programs, games and demos. But new demos/games tend not to work.
  • Running version 0.10.3-M1284P-LARSP not possible to upgrade - i think.
  • Works well with my Final Cartridge III
  • Does not work well with 128D because the 128D har built-in Floppy drive in ID 8
  • Is works fine with a special version of GEOS for C64.


Commodore 1084s

  • Composite
  • RGB
  • RBGi (CGA)
  • Soldered the connectors to the MotherBoard
  • Adjusted potentiometer for RGB to get correct colours.
  • Bought new power switch - not mounted.

C64 DTV2 - PAL - 2005

  • C64 Compatible
  • 30 built-in games
  • Wikipedia
  • Fixed the battery compartment cover.

Amstrad CPC664 - 1985

    • Rare model with built-in 3" floppy. Produced for six months in 1985.
    • Lots of floppy games.
    • Replaced the floppy drive belt. The old was stuck around the wheel.
    • Successfully connected it to an Gotek.
Atari 1040STf with Gotek Floppy Emu

Atari ST 1040STf - 1986

  • Motorola 68000, 8MHz, 1MB RAM
  • Gotek Floppy Emulator
  • 3,5" 360Kb Floppy
  • 320 × 200 (16 color), palette of 512 colors, 640 × 200 (4 color), palette of 512 colors and 640 × 400 (mono)
  • Sound: Yamaha YM2149 3-voice squarewave plus 1-voice white noise mono
  • Wikipedia