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  1. No probs. QE / CI is the jargon for the 3d capability your are expecting. Zenith's driver doesn't implement it and there are many hurdles preventing it from being implemented, mostly due to Apple not publishing an API and having a habit of changing it, thwarting attempts at reverse engineering It does a great job with 2d but don't hold your breath for any QE / CI solutions in Vmware any time soon.
  2. Have you read the whole of this thread? http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=188962
  3. They aren't identical - the internal file dates on the ESXi version are 07/06/2011 and the Fusion version are 12/08/2011. I wonder if that was enough time for them to write a QE/CI video driver?
  4. Donk, I've written a bios extractor for ESXi: http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/1...SXi-Bios-Tools/ which I'm currently updating to work with v5. I could include the code to automate patching of ESXi for OSX with your patch if you're happy for me to? It unpacks the ramdisk image s.v00 from the active vmfs folder, mods the vmx file and repacks it, leaving boot.cfg unchanged. If you're happy for me to do this, would your preference be to include your archive in my pack or force the user to pick it from a dialogue?