How do I fix the ps4 error code CE-33743-0?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The PS4 error code CE-33743-0 is a general error code that indicates a problem with the system software. This error code can be caused by a number of things, including a corrupt system file, a problem with the PS4's hard drive, or a problem with the PS4's system software.

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1. Update your PS4 system software to the latest version

  1. On your PS4 system, go to Settings and select System.
  2. On the System screen, select System Update.
  3. On the System Update screen, select Update PS4.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to update your PS4 system software.
  5. Once the system update is complete, select Restart PS4 to apply the update.
  6. If you experience any problems after updating your PS4 system software, please contact Sony Customer Support.

2. Connect your PS4 system to the internet using a LAN cable

  1. Turn off your PS4 system.
  2. Disconnect the AC power cord from your PS4 system.
  3. Connect one end of the LAN cable to the network port on the back of your PS4 system.
  4. Connect the other end of the LAN cable to a network port on your router.
  5. Turn on your PS4 system and wait for the system to finish loading.
  6. Once your PS4 system has loaded, sign in to your PSN account.
  7. Navigate to the "Settings" menu on your PS4 system.
  8. Select "Network."
  9. Select "Add New Network."
  10. Enter the network name and password of the network you want to connect to.
  11. Select "OK."
  12. Your PS4 system should now be connected to the network.

3. Power cycle your modem and router

  1. First, power off your modem and router.
  2. Next, unplug the power cord from your modem and router.
  3. After that, wait 10 seconds and plug the power cord back in to your modem and router.
  4. Wait another five minutes and power on your modem and router.
  5. If the error code still persists, you may need to contact your ISP or router manufacturer for assistance.

4. Test your internet connection

  1. Open the Settings menu on your PlayStation 4 console.
  2. Select System.
  3. Select Network.
  4. Select Test Connection.
  5. If your internet connection is working properly, you will see a green checkmark next to the Test Connection option. If not, you will see a red X next to the Test Connection option.
  6. Select OK to close the Network window.
  7. Select Restart PS4 to restart the console.
  8. If the problem persists, try connecting to a different network provider or using a wireless connection.

5. Delete the saved data for the affected game and redownload it

  1. Go to the PlayStation Store on your PlayStation 4 and search for the game you want to delete data for.
  2. Once the game is found, select it and press the X button on the controller.
  3. Select "Delete Data" from the menu that appears.
  4. Enter your PlayStation 4's password if required and press the OK button.
  5. The game will now delete all of its data, and you'll be asked to redownload it if you want to continue playing. Select "Yes" to do this.

If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:

  1. Restart your PS4 system.
  2. Initialize your PS4 system.
  3. Contact PlayStation Support.