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How do you fix the alabasterbeard on sea of thieves?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

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1. Check the game's system requirements and make sure your computer meets them

  1. Open the "Sea of Thieves" game launcher and click on the "System Requirements" tab.
  2. Check the system requirements and make sure your computer meets them.
  3. If your computer does not meet the system requirements, you will need to install the latest drivers and updates from your computer's manufacturer.
  4. Once the drivers and updates are installed, restart your computer.
  5. Once your computer has restarted, open the "Sea of Thieves" game launcher and click on the "System Requirements" tab.
  6. Check the system requirements and make sure your computer meets them.
  7. If your computer does not meet the system requirements, you will need to install the latest graphics drivers and updates from your computer's manufacturer.
  8. Once the graphics drivers and updates are installed, restart your computer.
  9. Once your computer has restarted, open the "Sea of Thieves" game launcher and click on the "System Requirements" tab.
  10. Check the system requirements and make sure your computer meets them.

2. Update your video card drivers

  1. Launch the Driver Manager application.
  2. In Driver Manager, select the device you want to update.
  3. In the Driver Details tab, select the Update Driver button.
  4. In the Update Driver dialog box, select the Update Driver with recommended settings button.
  5. In the Update Driver with recommended settings dialog box, select the Browse my computer for driver software… button.
  6. In the Driver Software Selection dialog box, select the Let me pick from a list of available driver software… button.
  7. In the Driver Software Selection dialog box, select the Alabasterbeard sea of thieves video card driver software… button.
  8. In the Alabasterbeard sea of thieves video card driver software dialog box, select the Install button.
  9. In the Driver Installation Results dialog box, click the Close button.
  10. In the Driver Manager window, click the Update Driver button.
  11. In the Driver Update Results dialog box, click the Close button.

3. Verify your game files through Steam

  1. Launch Steam and sign in.
  2. In the top left corner of the Steam window, click the Library tab.
  3. In the Library window, right-click on the game alabasterbeard sea of thieves and select Properties.
  4. In the Properties window, click the Local Files tab.
  5. In the Local Files tab, click the Verify Files button.
  6. Steam will scan your game file and report any errors. If there are any errors, Steam will offer to fix them.
  7. If the errors are fixed, click the OK button. Otherwise, click the Fix Errors button and repeat the verification process.

4. Run the game in compatibility mode

  1. Launch the game and sign in.
  2. Click the "Settings" button in the top left corner of the screen.
  3. Click the "Compatibility" tab.
  4. Check the "Run in compatibility mode" box.
  5. Click the "OK" button.
  6. Close the Settings tab.
  7. Launch the game and sign in.
  8. Click the "Play" button.
  9. If the game crashes or doesn't start, try running the game in windowed mode.
  10. If the game still crashes or doesn't start, try reinstalling the game.

5. Disable any mods or custom content you have installed

  1. Open the "Sea of Thieves" game client.
  2. Click on the "Options" button in the top left corner of the main window.
  3. Under the "Gameplay" heading, click on the "Mods" tab.
  4. Locate and click on the "Disable all mods" checkbox.
  5. Click on the "Apply" button.
  6. Restart the game client.

6. Reinstall the game

  1. Exit the game if it is running.
  2. Go to the game’s installation folder. By default this is C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Sea of Thieves\
  3. Delete the “Sea of Thieves” folder and the “Data” folder.
  4. Copy the “Sea of Thieves” folder and the “Data” folder back into the game’s installation folder.
  5. Launch the game. If you are prompted to update, update the game.
  6. In the game’s main menu, select “Settings”.
  7. Select “Gameplay”.
  8. Under “Gameplay”, select “Reinstall”.
  9. Select the version of the game that you want to reinstall.
  10. Select “Yes” to reinstall the game.
  11. The game will reinstall and you will be prompted to restart it. Do so.
  12. If you are prompted to create a new account, do so.
  13. After the game has restarted, you will be returned to the main menu.
  14. Select “Sea of Thieves”.
  15. Select “Play”.
  16. If you are prompted to update, update the game.
  17. In the game’s main menu, select “Settings”.
  18. Select “Gameplay”.
  19. Under “Gameplay”, select “Options”.
  20. Under “Options”, select “Ship”.
  21. Under “Ship”, select “Alabasterbeard”.
  22. Under “Alabasterbeard”, select “Settings”.
  23. Under “Settings”, select “Ship Appearance”.
  24. Under “Ship Appearance”, select “Colors”.
  25. Under “Colors”, select “Bluish Gray”.