PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-30022-7
This is another general type of error code and it stands for “Format the hard drive again“.
If you are experiencing this error code then to fix it you’d have to reformat the hard drive. But sometimes after formatting the hard drive you may still experience the error code and for such a case, you’d need to reboot the PlayStation 4 system before formatting it again.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-40911-5
This is simply a PlayStation VR error code.
You may encounter this bug (error code) when you don’t have the latest available system software installed on your PlayStation 4 and you are connecting to PlayStation VR for the first time. If this is the case for you then to fix it, update your PlayStation 4 system software (go to Settings > Update system software). After the update, you’d have to also update your PlayStation VR software to the latest software before trying to connect again.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-30006-9
If this error code should appear on your screen then it means that you have to reconnect the hard drive and repair the file system.
In a bid to fix this error you’d have to reconnect the hard drive and follow the instructions to repair the file system. If you have this and the error persists still then an alternative route would be to format the disk drive or if possible use a different hard disk drive.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-30008-1
This PlayStation 4 error code simply means an error occurred while starting content.
To fix this error code, to fix step would be to restart the system and try to start the content again. It doesn’t work then you can delete the content and start downloading and installing the content all over again.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-41899-1
When this error code pops up it means that you should connect the USB external storage device directly to the PS4 system.
This error code is self-explanatory and to fix it, all you have to do is to connect the external USB storage devices directly to the PlayStation 4 system.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-41902-6, CE-41901-5
These PlayStation 4 error codes represent “Use an external USB storage device that meets the following requirements“.
Now error codes CE-41902-6 and CE-41901-5 have different requirements that you’d have to meet before you can clear the error code. For example, to fix error code CE-41902-6, if your hard drive is a USB 3.0, then you might encounter this error code if the connection is too slow. Hence to fix it, it is required that you use a USB 3.0 or higher.
While for CE-41901-5, the requirements are: the minimum capacity of the disk must be at 250GB and a maximum of 8TB. Hence, when we fail that use a unit that falls within this range, then you may encounter this error code.