It’s not a project for those who don’t like to get hands-on with hardware, but with the right combination of components and effort, it is possible. You’ll also need access to the Mac App Store to download mac OS in the first place. Back in the day (June 2010, to be precise), this tutorial explained how to install (what was then) Mac OS X on a Windows PC without the need for a Mac.
This is no longer possible with modern versions of mac OS.
Empire EFI does not work with Clardale CPUs (i.e certain variant of Core i5 and Core i3) which has onboard GPU on the CPU itself.
I am looking into this issue and hopefully as things progress , we can find a solution for these folks ! One must use Empire before trying out Legacy Empire as the legacy version is meant for problematic motherboards or if you’re getting errrors about memory and other things.
Apple strictly forbids the use of mac OS on any machines other than its own, whether it’s a modified version or not.
You should be aware that by doing this, you’re violating the terms of the mac OS license agreement, and that you do so at your own risk.
Behold , I’ve released the new Empire EFI which is far better then any of its predecessors.
Before we begin , do make sure you have (the following stuff) :- Preface & Introduction This guide works with older Intel Pentium 4 series (i.e Pentium D , Celeron D with SSE3) and even AMD as well.Or don't bother trying to run it on windows: Buy a refurbished "Mac mini".apple.com/shop/browse/home/specialdeals/mac/mac_mini or google "buy refurbished mac mini".It’s worth reiterating that installing mac OS on a non-Apple computer is hard work.You may encounter hardware problems, card readers and Wi-Fi might not work, and you’ll need to go the extra mile if you want to use features like i Message or audio-over-HDMI.