Fix PS5 Error Code CE-106667-6 ‘Something went wrong’ Download failed

As the Sony Playstation5 (PS5) is a new console during the initial release, many people are getting the ‘Something went wrong’ error for various reasons. One of them is a Download failed error with an Error Code CE-106667-6.

This CE-106667-6 error appears when a download of games fails, and there are many reasons why this occurs. This usually occurs when downloading PS5 games like Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Demon’s Souls remastered, COD Black Ops Cold War, and Godfall. Let’s learn how to fix it.

How To Fix PS5 Error Code CE-106667-6 ‘Something went wrong’ Download failed

In order to fix the Download failed error code CE-106667-6 on your PS5 follow the below methods one by one until your issue is fixed.

Method 1: Test Internet Connection and Reset It

Turn OFF Wi-Fi on PS5 and turn it back on again and check the connection is working properly.

If your connected via ethernet, then make sure the ethernet connection is plugged in properly.

Method 2: Reset your PS5 Console

To fix the CE-106667-6 error code on PS5, do a PS5 Reset with the following steps

  1. On the PS5 console start page, go to the Settings options.
  2. Then Choose the System option >> System Software.
  3. Now choose the Reset Option.
  4. Then choose the Reset Your Console option >> Select Reset to start reset of your PS5 Console

Now your PS5 console will be reset to factory default settings.

Method 3: Restart your Game download

On the PS5 console, this CE-106667-6 error can be fixed with a simple restart of the game is downloaded. On PS5 the download will start from where it left so it won’t start from the beginning again.

Method 3: Redownload the PS5 Game

If all the above methods don’t work, then you have to cancel the download. Restart your PS5 and go to the Playstation store and download the game again and hope the error doesn’t appear again.

I hope you were able to fix the CE-106667-6 Error code on your PS5. Other error that occurs is the PS5 Error Code CE-107867-9 which can be fixed with the same steps.

Do let us know your valuable comments below if you are still facing any Sony PlayStation 5 issues. We will try to help you out.

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