Note, 12/31/2012: With the release of iATKOS ML2, the below tutorial is a bit dated and difficult. Find the iATKOS ML2 tutorial here.
Note, 12/30/2012: As of today, I will only read comments on THIS post. You can still read this tutorial and comment on it, but you won’t be getting any support from me. The link is the same tutorial as this one, but just on a different website.
Note: This post is essentially a copy of the original tutorial that I made back in February here. There are just some minor changes to reflect the GM/final build of 10.8 Mountain Lion. Most of the process is exactly the same as before.
With the release of the GM (final) build of Mountain Lion 10.8 yesterday, hackintoshers have been busy yet again. If you’re new, fortunately, it’s still very easy to do, and the steps to get it to work closely follow 10.7 “Lion”. The below guide is a rewrite of our 10.7 guide, which can be found here. The overall process is rather straightfoward, and the below instructions should be easy for everyone. Continue reading below for the requirements, downloads, and the steps. You’ll be able to install Mountain Lion from a USB flash drive, too! Also, this guide may look long, but it honestly isn’t too difficult. The entire process, including installation, should take less than 45 minutes, assuming your hardware doesn’t give you any problems. Lastly, check out our demo video showing Mountain Lion fully working.