(b) The main logic boards and all erasable programmable read-only memory chips (EPROMS) are considered to be owned by the lottery commission and shall be located in a separate locked and sealed area within the video lottery terminal.
(c) The cash compartment shall be located in a separate locked area within or attached to the video lottery terminal.
(d) No hardware switches, jumpers, wire posts or any other means of manipulation may be installed which alter the pay tables or payout percentages in the operation of a game. Hardware switches on a video lottery terminal intended to control the terminal's graphic routines, speed of play, sound and other purely cosmetic features may not be used without the written approval of the commission.
(e) All video lottery terminals shall have a security system which will temporarily disable the gaming function of the terminal while opened.
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