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Vanilla kernels are what Apple releases. They work on Core2 Processors without any modification if PC-EFI is installed. However thay always tend to have sleep/speedstep issues on non Apple Hardware. That is where Netkas, ModBin, ToH kernels come into place.

Inessence, if you are on desktop with a core2 processor, you dont care about sleep/speedstep and so can run vanilla without any issues

 

However if you are on a laptop or not running a Core2 CPU, then you shouldnt be running vanilla

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Ok, thanks, I'm running on a laptop, I've used both previous versions of leo4all and I'm downloading v3 right now. I was just curious what the difference was, I've always just stuck with whatever was selected by default.

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