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My ps4 slim keeps booting into safe mode and making the ejecting disc sound, does anyone know a fix?

It was working fine this morning, now when i try and turn it on it doesn't do anything. I have to insert a disc to power it on and once it finally boots up, it boots up into a safe mode loop. I've tried to rebuild the database, and updating the software through lan cable and usb and it still doesn't help.

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