Hello everyone! I currently have a 2012 i7 mac mini that was on Mavericks but out of necessity I had to upgrade to Sierra this past Monday. Every thing appeared ok and the few things that were off I fixed (external drive un-writable). There are 2 things that I need to work on though. One of them I think I have an idea about (iPhoto to Photos) but the sleep/shutdown issue I feel I need some help with. Normally I have the mac mini on for extended periods of time (a week to several weeks) and that has been the case the last few years with no issues at all. I have a Logitech wireless keyboard and normally when I go to use the mini, I just hit a key and the mini awakes. since Monday after the mini has been asleep overnight I noticed that hitting any key on the keyboard would not make the mini wake up. At this point I noticed the LED indicator on the front corner of the mini was not on either. I had to reach over to the back side and push power button once which powered up the mini to a progress bar and after a bit it asked for my password as it would normally do. I attempted to change the energy settings and even activated power nap to see if that would help. I have not seen a change the last few days. I can place the mini to sleep in the evening and by the morning it will be off. I'll turn it on in the morning and when I come back from work it is off again. Does anyone know of a solution to this issue? The iPhoto to Photos issue I have is when I first open photos, I get a message along the line about setting up my library to work with Photos. I get a progress bar but about 8% in to it a new box appears and I get a new message stating I am 57GB short for the process to take place. I was under the impression it would be using my old iPhoto library and not duplicating it. so I need to figure that out as well. Thanks for your suggestions in advance.