Win 10 Build 1903 Release 18362.86 - ESENT Errors - Event View

The Event View for 5-3-19 is showing 17 Errors for 455 Logging Recovery.

This all started when Windows was updated to 18362.86 on 5-1-19.

Is anyone else seeing this same behavior?

That error here I would assume to be because the full path doesn't exist.

C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\TileDataLayer\Database\EDB.log.

I made a corrected path & blank file so at least it can reach it.

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That worked!!!

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Looks like I have the same problem, the path only exists up to "local" the rest is missing. How did you make the correct path - and get it into the correct place ? In other words how do I do it !

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Mike P above on this post has the answer and the correct path.

Use File Explorer to follow this path and then add folders where needed.

Here is the path:

C:\Windows\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\TileDataLayer\Database

Hope this helps!

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How obvious ! Why didn't I think of that !!  Thank you.  Have added the path, but then had permission errors, so deleted the "EDB.log" part of the path - restarted, windows then recreated the log file, and no more errors. Fixed at last. Thanks again.

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The Event View for 5-3-19 is showing 17 Errors for 455 Logging Recovery.

This all started when Windows was updated to 18362.86 on 5-1-19.

Is anyone else seeing this same behavior?

ich hatte den selben Fehler, der Ratschlag die Database in System 32 mit einem leeren Textdokument EDB.log neu anzulegen war trefflich , nach dem Neustart war die komplette Database wieder vorhanden. Danke für den Tip.

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You do not need to make the log file, just create the two missing directories.

Navigate to C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local

Copying and pasting the path into explorer may not work as you may not permissions by default, so you may have to naturally browse along the path. Once there, just create a new folder named TileDataLayer, and within that create a folder named Database. Once the path is created, Windows will create the EDB.log file as well as a few other random files. 

It is possible that when you update Windows again, you will have to redo this. 

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