Advertisements Every one to two days we must do a hard reboot of our BOLTs to restore network. It appears that the Bolts have an issue where if you load Netflix or Amazon it will loose network after streaming for a few hours. When that happens a hard or soft reboot is required to restore network. On one of our BOLT a hard reboot did not restore the network and Tivo had us do a "Clear & Delete Everything" so we could stream from Netflix and Amazon again. When this occurs, we can stream from other Tivo boxes, just not Netflix or Amazon or Hulu. This happened with both Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection. Whether we disable Ethernet and use only Wi-Fi or disable Wi-Fi and use only Ethernet the same thing happens. We can watch shows on Netflix or Amazon okay for a day maybe two and then the network will drop and a restart is required to get Netflix and Amazon working again. Tivo have sent replacement BOLTS and they have the same issue. It works good for a day or two and after that the network drops. We have been streaming on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu for years on our other boxes and never had this issue. Networking is not an issue as we get between 380 to over 400 Mbps every time we test network speed. We also do not have this issue with our other Tivo boxes. These are new BOLTS and the first time we have had any major issues with any Tivo purchases. Is this a huge issue on the BOLTS?