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PS4: How to fix Error Code SU-30746-0 file not found

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2019-07-16 22:38:05


We already know how to fix Error Code SU-30746-0 that is causing so many problems in PS4 and today we are going to tell you about it.

Unfortunately, more and more PS4 users are looking for a way to fix Error Code SU-30746-0 in their consoles. If you are one of the unfortunate ones to be going through the nightmare of the search to fix Error Code SU-30746-0 in PS4 you are in the right place, but if all you want is to be warned in case it happens, we will tell you how to solve it.

What it is about and how we can fix Error Code SU-30746-0.


Naturally before knowing how to solve the error code SU-30746-0 of PS4 it is necessary to know what this error is about in case you have not yet experienced them.

As you already know PS4 users, the console itself requires and releases updates periodically allowing also the console to keep updated, fix any errors that may be.

The error is being presented in the latest update and prevents the update from being downloaded and installed, while a message pops up on the loading screen that says: "The file required for the system software update could not be found."



This prevents you from playing, accessing your PSN account, or doing any other activity on your console, in a few words it makes it almost useless from its real functions, but everything has a solution.

How to fix error code SU-30746-0 on PS4.


One of the solutions you can try is first of all to start your console in safe mode, to do so you will have to turn off the console and wait for all the lights to turn off, then you will press the "On" button until you hear two beeps. One will sound quickly and the other will sound about 7 seconds after the first.

This will make the console turn on in safe mode, the next thing you have to do is connect the DualShock controller to the console using the USB charging cable and press the "PS" button. The option "Update system software" will appear but you will have to download it using the option "Update using Internet", this should solve the problem.


But in case this does not work, you can still update or reinstall your system using a USB memory.


For this the first thing you have to do is visit the official website of PlayStation and download the installer of the update on your PC or Mac. You will have to close a folder called "PS4" and inside this creates another folder, but with the name of "UPDATE", all in capital letters.

Place the file inside the "UPDATE" folder and pass the PS4 folder to a USB stick, and then connect the memory to your console and go to the console's menu of functions, then to "Settings" and then "Software update. of the system ", you will have to follow the instructions to install the update and solve the error.

PS4 (SU-30746-0) FIX