PS4: 9.04 firmware update available, fixes Cyberpunk 2077 issue

PS4: 9.04 firmware update available, fixes Cyberpunk 2077 issue


PS4 has received in these hours the new firmware update 9.04, a system update that Sony has also published to solve the problem detected with Cyberpunk 2077, as well as officially making the usual unidentified "system performance improvements".

In fact, a good part of this update should be about the problem with the PS4 version of Cyberpunk 2077 on disk, which when starting after patch 1.5 showed an error message about "data corrupted" and the like. In this regard, Sony had published a tweet in the past few hours with the warning of a new system update coming to solve the problem.

The firmware update, according to what is reported by various reports, should be available in these hours: the official description speaks of "improvements to system performance", but it is the classic definition that Sony uses for everyone minor updates to the console firmware.

Considering that at the same time CD Projekt RED warned of the release of the update, it is reasonable to think that it is largely a fix for the problem detected on the PS4 disc version of Cyberpunk 2077. The fact that a problem detected in a game that requires a system update for a console is a rather rare case, so maybe we are waiting for more precise information on what happened in this regard. In the meantime, we refer you to our analysis on the next gen version of the game on PS5 and Xbox Series X | S.

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Fixing A PS4 Controller That Won't Connect Or Charge

But what if that doesn't work? There is a second issue which is more ordinary in nature: if you still see lights but the controller doesn't do anything, you've lost connection with the PS4 and need to pair the controller. The easiest way to do this is by pressing the reset button on the bottom near the L2 button.

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Alternatively, you can power off the PlayStation 4, then press the controller reset button. After that, plug in the USB cable (the controller to the console), then turn the PS4 on. When the blue light starts flashing on the console, press the PS button on the controller. It should pair with the console and go back to working like usual.

If neither of those methods work for you, try this one:

1. Press and hold the PS and Share buttons simultaneously.

2. Wait until the light on the controller starts flashing.

3. Release the buttons. This essentially does the same thing as pressing the reset button, but is easier.

4. Plug the controller into the PS4 using a USB cable if it doesn't automatically show up on the PS4.

If this doesn't work, try a different cable — it is possible you're using one that can't support the kind of connection you need to make with the PS4, which causes the issue. Be sure to try the other USB port on the console in the off chance one of them is damaged.

Is the controller still not working? Answer these question: How old is the controller? and Is it under warranty?

If the controller is old, you may have a battery that can no longer properly hold a charge and is causing issues because of that. If the controller isn't covered by a warranty, your best option is to open it up, manually remove the battery, and replace it with a new battery. You can find a bunch of them on Amazon and eBay. Anyone with basic DIY skills should be able to do this.

Alternatively? If you have a warranty and everything above has failed, you should return the controller for a new one, as it is probably fairly new and has some sort of defect.

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