Ok so it turns out I don't have DOS and Windows, but after hours of cleaning drives and disks I DO have:
- SETUP.COM / WSETUP / WWSETUP - this covers the entire PC200 and PC300 range and lets you set drive types/screen types etc
- SETCMOS WSETCMS WWSETCMS - not sure why this exists but it has a few extra options not in the above version
- SETSPEED (and the other versions) lets you change clock speed between 6 8 and 10Mhz at the command prompt
- HDINIT - low level hard drive formatter but oddly it seems to be expecting "ESDI"
- KBDRATE - sets the keyboard rate
- CONFIG - tell it what model you have, and what options you want, and it draws the motherboard switches on screen with ASCII (good idea Wang!)
PC Local Connection for DOS and Windows - emulates Wyse terminals and lets you connect to things through your WLOC card
A disk called "Windows 1.03" actually had two programs, not sure what they do, suspect they're extras for WLOC.
And, the Wang Expanded Memory Manager - lets you use EMS on your upgrade 286 or 386.
So even if I don't get it, if you guys find Wang PC-200 or 300 series machines give me a yell because I've got your configuration needs at hand apparently.
Edit: although, one negative for Mr Wang, 9 sectors per track, 40 tracks, 512 bytes a sector - but 300kbit data rate?
Edit2: toilet paper + isopropyl is a good way to remove crud off disks
Edit3: Teac 1.2Mb was the winner, YE Data and Pansonic JU-475 drives failed to read chunks of each disk, but the Teac plowed through like a champion.
Wanted - Dead or Alive - Reward $$$: Compaq Deskpro 8088 / 286 / 386 - IBM RT 6150/6151 parts - AT&T 3B2 partsVC Twitter