Advertisements I have been successfully using a TiVo mini that mirrored my BOLT for about 18 months. Recently needed to replace the TV that was connected to the Mini because an electrical storm fried the motherboard and killed the TV. Replaced the TV with a new 4K TV, upgraded from mini (does not support 4K) to Mini Vox (4K) and, after spending 8 hrs on phone with TiVo support (3 different calls) and 2.5 hrs with technician from my cable co, have still not been able to connect via the MOCA. Network setup repeatedly results in C33 error. Anyone have any ideas how to get this to connect? Before you answer, here are a few things I have done to try to resolve: Upgraded all coax splitters with new with at least 2 Ghz capacity Replaced coax going into both Bolt and mini Confirmed and reconfirmed proper connections for MOCA (TiVo bridge, PEO, etc) Connected TiVo Bolt to new 4K TV - works great, so no apparent problem With wiring going into the room despite the electrical storm that started this whole problem Had cable company confirm proper signal coming into house Before I got the mini Vox, I put the Bolt on the new TV and my old mini on my old TV (the one that did not die in storm). Was able to get signal from Bolt to mini, but picture was choppy and eventually I got error messages that said there was not enough network strength (this was before I upgraded the splitters so that may have contributed to the problem). Ultimately abandoned the set up because TV with mini was nearly unwatchable with all skips and freeze frames. As you might imagine, this is incredibly frustrating, particularly since the MOCA worked great for a long time and the TiVo technicians on the phone keep putting me through the same routines to try to resolve with no success. Any ideas appreciated.