The standard method of installing Mountain Lion on a PC requires you to modify a retail copy of OS X Mountain Lion with Unibeast, but i Atkos already does all of this for you.In this guide, you will write i Atkos onto a USB drive or DVD, and boot your computer from i Atkos to install Mac OS X. You can also use i Atkos ML3, an updated version that only works with motherboards with UEFI (a guide regarding motherboards with UEFI will be posted soon).
Now save and copy com.plist in /Library/Preferences/System Configuration replacing the older.
[If you want you can copy it also on /Extra] If you want: You can create org.plist copying the text of com.plist and you can create the smbios.plist file with Chameleon Wizard to put it on /Extra.
After you download the i Atkos s3 v2 (Snow Leopard 10.6.3) ISO you can restore it on USB at least 8Gb.
You can do it with another Mac or Hackintosh, or if you have external Dv D reader, you can create a Dv D to boot.
Distros are pirated copies of Mac OS X that have been modified to work with a PC.
If you don't have any qualms with the legal issues regarding distros, they're actually the most convenient way to set up a Hackintosh.You need to install: Bootloader: Chameleon v2 RC4 (the others bootloader gives to me only problems) Bootloader Options: Graphics Enabler, USBFix Patches: /Extra directory, fakesmc, Disabler, RTC, Modified Kernels - Follow the first boot and the configuration of your account and now download all necessary files for setting up the aspire one, because after that you can have some USB problems. Because the CPU is an Intel Atom we need to use a modified kernel.You can find here ( here the original post) the atom kernel of Snow Leopard 10.6.8 .Thanks to Mac Breaker for providing the original instructions.- An existing Windows computer/Mac/Hackintosh: This is the computer where you will download and set up i Atkos. If you're using a Windows computer, it needs to have a DVD/Bluray burner (just about every DVD/Bluray drive nowadays can act as a burner, too).If you're interested in running Mac OS X, but you don't want to pay ridiculous prices for a normal Mac, then a Hackintosh just might be for you.