This situation happened when I booted up my PS4 for the first time in 2 years. It was stored and collected dust. It turned on completely normally. As soon as I try to launch any disc-based software, however, the PS4 shuts off with zero warning (not even an overheat warning).
After, the PS4 will turn on once more after this, only to give me a blue light of death then turn off quickly.
If I try to boot up the PS4 again from then on (this would be the third+ attempt), the PS4 will not do anything.
I did achieve success in turning it back on normally (unplugging all cables for a couple of hours), however launching any disc software would still kill the PS4 with no warning.
The process would then be repeated (power button, boot normally, turn off when trying to open disc-based software. power button, blue light of death. power button, nothing. unplug for a couple hours, repeat.).
Frankly, I’m stumped.
Could it be a disc issue? No, because I’ve tried it out with multiple discs.
Could it be a Power Supply issue? Maybe, but the PS4 boots normally.
Could it be a Fan issue? Most likely, however no overheat warning.
Could it be an outlet issue? Probably not, as I’ve tried many outlets (all connected from a power strip however).
Can anyone figure out or tell me any next steps to take in this matter? I can provide video of anything about the PS4.