PlayStation 4 Error Codes and Fixes
Earlier we had stated that all PlayStation 4 error codes are placed into different categories that are being determined by their prefixes. Hence, I’ll be providing solutions to all the problems you can face based on these categories.
CE Type (General Type) Error Codes
In this category, we’ll be discussing all the error codes you can encounter with the prefix CE and how to fix them.
PlayStation 4 Error Codes CE-34452-8, CE-32930-7
CE-34452-8 and CE-32930-7 are known as general type error codes and the message they both pass across is that your downloaded data may be corrupted.
To fix this problem, you can delete the contents of the home screen and restart the system. After restarting, download the library content again. If the error persists you can now check your network configuration and try connecting to a different network, select a static IP, or change your DNS server. If the error persists still after trying all these then it could be that the network is busy and you can try again later. But if the problem, reappears after waiting, head to Settings, then Initialization, select Initialize PS4 and finally select Quick to Initialize the system.
Performing all these steps should solve the PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-34452-8.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-34878-0
This is another general type of error code and it simply means that an error has occurred with the application.
This is one of the most repeated error codes in the Sony environment and the sad part is, it doesn’t give us much clue as to what the exact problem is to proffer an appropriate solution. If you are experiencing this problem then the appropriate fix would be to close the application showing the error, then install the latest system software and game update. Once you have done this, restart the system and then check if it solves the problem. If the problem persists still then you’ll have to make a backup of the saved data and then go to Settings, then Initialization, select Initialize PS4, and finally select Quick to Initialize the system. This action will restore your system settings to their default values.