Due to high demand I've packaged various SGX drivers that were released by TI into a (maybe) easy to use .pnd. I've listed all known drivers here: http://pandorawiki.org/SGX_drivers Warning: the 3D driver update may go wrong and you may need to reflash to recover. (nobody reported problems so far but still, it can happed) Requirements: - SuperZaxxon 1.54 or later - 20MB+ of free NAND space Instructions: 1. Make sure you have SuperZaxxon 1.54 or later (version is shown while booting) 2. Download and run this pnd: http://notaz.gp2x.de/misc/pnd/sgx_drivers_r2.pnd X. In case of problems, reflash instructions are here: http://pandorawiki.org/Firmware If you have a 1GHz unit, you should try the "4.03.00.02" driver, seems to fix AvP glitches for me, but it breaks mupen64plus. Note: TI/Imgtec dropped support for older OMAP3 chips after driver version 4.00.00.01 (driver upto 4.04.00.04 are still installable but broken), so all newer drivers are not installable on CC units. Note2: most of the newer drivers don't work in X mode, but they do seem to work in framebuffer mode if you have Rebirth or 1GHz. In code, you get framebuffer mode if you specify EGL_DEFAULT_DISPLAY to eglGetDisplay() and NULL to eglCreateWindowSurface(). Until better solution can be found, this can be used to make use of those drivers (you can make fullscreen SDL window to hide desktop and just use SGX in framebuffer mode without interfering with anything).