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Sleep/Wake, Temperature Readings, System "Type", & HDD read as external

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Mac Pro 3,1 (Early 2008)
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Intel Core i7-3770k (3.4 GHz)
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NVidia GeForce GTX 560-Ti
Mac
Classic Mac
Mobile Phone
  1. iOS
ok so i'm done with everything and i have a couple of issues:

1. Sleep/Wake doesn't work (screen blacks out only)
2. I have two hard drives an ssd (boot drive) and my 2 TB HDD and that one is read as external so i can't install things on it (i tried storage injector)
3. (the biggy) No temperature readings on any programs i download this is worrying me and i can't run any games or 3d programs if i don't know any temperatures as my fans are manually controlled so...

I think 1 & 3 is rooted in the fact that i stupidly defined my mac as an imac now i'm worried if i play in the system definitions i'll mess up my system and have to reformat my boot drive which has things on it so any solutions on any of these things?

i know it's a lot but it would help me so much

Thanks!!
 
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Z68XP-UD5 rev. 1.0 U1A
CPU
i7-2600k
Graphics
AMD Radeon HD 6870
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  1. iMac
Classic Mac
Mobile Phone
  1. iOS
1. Have you checked this out? http://www.tonymacx86.com/general-help/1078-sleep-general-troubleshooting-tips.html
2. Check this out. http://lnx2mac.blogspot.com/2010/08/fixing-orange-harddisk-icons.html
3. Have you tried FakeSMC Plugins on the latest MuliBeast 5.1.3? HWMonitor shows CPU temps, CPU voltages, CPU frequencies, HD temps, fan rpms, etc....

You can change your System Definition without doing a fresh install. It is located in your Extra folder and is called smbios.plist. You can manually change it or just run MultiBeast and select what you want.
 
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