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Hi everyone. I found these today at a yard sale for $1 each. I was curious of their values. I've tested the computer carts but not the 5200 one yet. The 5200 cart has no label. Wish I had these when I was repairing my 400s! Thanks.
Hello! We recently received an Atari SALT (Stand Alone Test) cartridge v2.07 at the Personal Computer Museum. I've added it to our database here: http://pcmuseum.ca/details.asp?id=39876&type=Software The cartridge is in a regular Atari brown casing. Doing some poking around I see that there were several variants of this cartridge, (BEST ones for example) - yet I can't find one with this type of label on it. Can anyone shed some light on exactly which one we have (and out of curiosity, what it's worth - not that we're selling it, just curious). Thanks as always for any input!
Hi Everyone, this is my first post here, but I've visited occasionally for over 10 years. Last week, while not entirely sober, I purchased a 5200 Diagnostic cart from ebay, and it just came in the mail. I think that it may be a reproduction, and I'm not sure if I should report the seller or not. I was hoping someone could help me make a proper identification. Some reasons I think it is a reproduction are below: The label is very clean and shiny, in better condition than any of the games I own. The back screw was missing, meaning someone had taken it apart at some point. The board does not match the one shown at http://www.atariprotos.com/5200/software/diagnostic/11.htm The ROM was definitely re-soldered at one point, you can tell because the solder is much shinier than the rest of the board, and there are burn marks from de-soldering. PINs 15/16 are directly soldered together, I don't know if this is by design, or just a mistake on whoever put the chip in. I had trouble uploading pictures the first time around, so I will post this first, then upload them as a reply.