If you’ve ever wanted to install Mac OS X onto your PC (known as hackintoshing), then now’s a great time to do so. Never before has hackintoshing been any easier, and compatibility for hardware is growing all the time (especially for newer components).
This post will guide you through the process of creating a hackintosh-ready USB drive with Mac OS X Lion 10.7.0 (or 10.7.1) on it so that you can use it to bootup just about any PC into the Lion installer. After that, you’ll be able to install Lion.
This post also contains a video how-to just in case you’d like to follow along with the written guide.