I'm going to throw out a completely wild guess question. You wouldn't happen to have a relatively new version of Cyberlink's PowerDVD on your computer, do you?
The new versions of PowerDVD have something that looks at your network for other devices to stream content to. When I upgraded my PowerDVD (I actually had installed the editing package), my SiriusXM wifi radio stopped working, Every time that I would turn the radio on, it would try to initialize for a little while and then just shut off. I didn't put 2 and 2 together right away and SiriusXM sent me a replacement unit, which had the same problem. So, I assumed that it was a network issue.
While trying to debug my network, it wasn't until I disconnected by PC that the radio started working again. After doing a little research, I realized that the SiriusXM problem began the same day that I had installed the Cyberlink software. I then found some other people with the same problem and learned that if I disabled the CLMSServerForPDVD11.exe and Cyberlink Media Server Service, PowerDVD and the SiriusXM TTR1 Wifi radio could coexist on the same network.
I'm just wondering if it's possible that these services could have a similar effect on the GenieGo.