PS4 CE-30774-1 is an error code that typically happens when there is a problem with the system software or the hard drive.
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1. Restart the PS4 system
To restart the PS4 system, press and hold the power button on the console for at least 5 seconds until the blue light blinks twice and the system powers off. When the blue light blinks twice, release the power button and wait for the PS4 to power on. Then, press and hold the power button on the console for at least 8 seconds until the system powers off. After the system powers off, press and hold the power button on the console for at least 10 seconds to restart.
2. Update the system software
- Go to the System Settings on your PS4 and select System Update.
- Select the Update System Software button.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to update your system software.
3. Re-install the system software
There are three main ways to fix ps4 ce 30774 1:
Restore the system software to a previous point in time using a backup
Re-install the system software from scratch
Update the system software To restore the system software to a previous point in time using a backup:
Back up the system software to a storage location.
Delete any user data that is no longer necessary.
Restore the system software to the backup location. To re-install the system software from scratch:
Follow the instructions that came with the new system software.
Re-install any necessary software.
Re-install the system software.
4. Initialize the PS4 system
If you are experiencing issues with your PlayStation 4, you may need to initialize it in order to fix the issue. The following steps will help you do this:
- Turn on your PlayStation 4 system.
- Press and hold the power button on the system for about seven seconds, or until you see the "Press the power button to power off" screen.
- After the system has powered off, hold down the power button on the system for about ten seconds to restart it.
- Once your PlayStation 4 has restarted, press and hold the power button on the system for about two seconds to enter the "Initialize PS4" screen.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to initialize your PlayStation 4 system.
5. Restore default settings in the PS4 system
There are several ways to restore default settings on a PlayStation 4 system. The first way is to go to the System Settings menu on the main menu. From here, you can select "Settings" and then "System." From here, you can select "System Update." This will show you the current system update. You can select "Update Now" to install the update, or you can select "Update Later" to wait until the update is available. If you select "Update Later," you can select "Restore Default Settings" to restore the default settings for the system.
6. Contact Sony customer support
- Go to Sony's website and find the "Contact Us" link on the top right corner of the home screen.
- Enter your ps4's model number in the "Search box" and click on the "Results" tab.
- Select the "Contact Us" option on the top right corner and click on it.
- On the next page, enter your ps4's serial number in the "Subject" field and click on the "Send" button.
- A new page will open where you will have to provide your contact information. Click on the "Next" button and provide all the necessary details.
- On the next page, you will be asked to attach a photo of your ps4's power cord. Click on the "Attach File" button and select the photograph that you want to use.
- After you have provided all the necessary information, click on the "Next" button and wait for Sony to contact you.