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⌘-Shift-G is the hotkey for the "Go to Folder" dropdown menu. Just type in /System/Library/Extensions and click Go to open that folder. P.S. I think your screenshot may be in your User folder, not the System folder. The System folder lives in Macintosh HD, not within a specific user's files.
After multiple attempts to solve this, I finally found the solution in a side note of a VMWare community thread: Start Fusion, select one of your VMs (no matter which one) and change the virtual machine settings like this: Virtual machine -> Settings -> Application Menu -> "Show only when machine is running" After I did this the messages stopped ...
According to a VMWare employee, VMWare Fusion 5.x is not compatible with OS X Yosemite, and recommends upgrading to version 6 or above. See the answer in this thread here: https://communities.vmware.com/message/2451191#2451191 I was running into a similar problem and upgrading from Fusion 5 to Fusion 6.0.5 solved it for me.
I've upgraded to yosemite first and had VMWare 6.0.1 installed and sure enough it wasn't working after the OS upgrade. I then upgraded VMWare Fusion to 6.0.5 and although my VMs are working now, networking is not! I cannot access networks from any of my VMs and cannot make any changes to network settings. Everything is greyed out, even when the VM is down. ...
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