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Monday, 25 August 2014 07:08

CE-33945-4 issue said to be fixed for PS4

Written by David Stellmack

Issue would not allow buying of/or playing games

Sony is saying that the CE-33945-4 issue or glitch if you will, is apparently now fixed or can be fixed. Sony claims that the issue that was preventing a small number of users from buying or playing games has been address and progress has been made toward a solution.

While Sony has yet to get into what is causing the issue, some believe that the issue came from pre-orders a game through PSN and then canceling it through customer support. It is believed that this causing some sort of a database error that leads to this glitch.

The fix for the problem has the user rebuild the database on the PS4. You can get more into at the link below.

Here is a link to the suggest way to resolve the issue.

 

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