We’re back, with more error codes and more fixes. The Playstation 5 has been released for a while now and users have been reporting certain issues regarding the same. In this article, we will tell you how you can go about fixing the CE-107857-8 PS5 error code error? Let’s dive in:
The Playstation 5 is the latest generation gaming console released by Sony. Released in November 2020, the console was out of stock almost immediately. The console received wide acclaim and still is hard to get your hands on. Sony introduced a new Dual Sense feature for the controllers among other features.
CE-107857-8 PS5 error code
Today we’ll be exploring the CE-107857-8 PS5 error code error and how you can go about solving it. The error is accompanied by a message that reads:
Application error. There was a problem loading the application.
As stated in the message above, this error is a system error. One way of dealing with system errors is to make sure your system software is up to date. The latest system software update was released on 02/03/2021. It is advisable to keep your console updated to the latest version of system software. You can do this with the following steps:
Start by going to Settings > System > System Software > System Software Update and Settings > Update System Software.
Then select Update Using Internet.
You can download the update on your console directly. However, if you find your update stuck during download, a good idea would be to redownloading it or downloading it on a separate device, and transferring the update file to your console using a USB drive.
You can also consider reinstalling your system software. This will, however, lead to the deletion of your system software files and data. This is also called a hard or factory reset.
A couple of points of caution:
Do not download updates or system software files from any other sources than the official update sources, i.e., provided by Sony.
Avoid installing any system software immediately before or after a power outage.
Make sure your console doesn’t shut off or lose power during an update. This can lead to damage to the system.
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