Okay, so I've googled my head off looking for a perfect tutorial on how to make a hackintosh. Sadly, I cannot find one! I have the bootable image file of Snow Leopard on my Mac OS X Extended Formatted 8 GB USB and cannot boot from it in bios. It doesn't show up.

Here are my PC specs:

AMD Phenom II x6 1100T 3.3 Ghz
8 GB Corsair Vengeance 1600
ASUS M4A89TD Series MB
Nvidia GeForce 250 GTS 1 GB
Sony Optiac DVD Drive
USB Keyboard & Mouse

If anyone will point out a tutorial that has to do with installing Snow Leopard from USB on PC, thank you!
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