Carrying on from the other post... I made some changes to the /etc/sysinit.config (From memory - I think that's what it's called) file on my TiVo, adding my tweaks to the default setup, including running 2 versions of TiVoWeb. Rebooted, and these worked. Some time later, I added what I thought were the correct lines to start NoSound, and SortNP - but these weren't important enough to reboot the TiVo at the time. As I recall, having looked at the way the other hacks were started, I just added the lines like: /hack/sortnp/sortnp.tcl /hack/nosound/nosound.tcl I didn't background them with the & symbol, and I suspect that's where I went wrong. As a result, when the box crashed as a result of something else I tried to do, although the box restarted, it came up with a default ip address of 0.0.0.0 Now, I have it set up on dhcp with an address reservation, so, had I allocated a fixed ip - would this have come back up on the network? Or has my meddling, prevented it getting as far as loading the Network drivers? I'm thinking that if the former, I can boot from the AltEPG iso, change the ip address, put it back in the TiVo and then make the necessary changes.