ESENT is a built-in database search engine on your computer which helps File Explorer, Search to search for parameters throughout your computer. Some Windows 10 or Windows 11 users are complaining about a problem related to the failure of ESENT on their respective systems. If you are facing a similar kind of problem on your computer, follow these fixes and you will be able to solve the problem on your computer.
Fix-1 Create Database folder in TileDataLayer-
Creating a Database folder in the TileDataLayer folder may help you to solve this problem on your computer.
1. Press Windows key+R to launch Run window. Now, copy-paste this folder address in Run and hit Enter.
2. Now, right-click on the open space and then click on “New>” and then click on “Folder” to create a folder on your computer.
3. Rename the new folder to “TileDataLayer” and then double click on it to open it on your computer.
4. Again right-click on the empty space and then click on “New>” and then click on “Folder” to create a new folder.
5. Rename the folder as “Database“.
Now, close the File Explorer window and then reboot your computer. After rebooting the problem should be fixed.
Fix-2 Use cmd to create the folders-
In the former fix, if you face any kind of difficulty to create the folders on your computer, this fix will surely help you out.
1. To open the Run window you need to press the ‘Windows key+R‘ keys together.
2. In that Run window, write “cmd” and then click on “OK“.
3. Copy-paste these commands in CMD window and then hit Enter to create new folders named ‘TileDataLayer‘ and the ‘Database‘.
cd config\systemprofile\AppData\Local mkdir TileDataLayer cd TileDataLayer mkdir Database
After executing the last command on your computer, close the Command Prompt window.
Reboot your computer. After rebooting your computer, you will not face the ESENT error again.
Sambit is a Mechanical Engineer By qualification who loves to write about Windows 10 and solutions to weirdest possible problems.