This article applies to resource packs for Minecraft: Java Edition and Minecraft for Windows 10.
When textures from resource packs do not load properly, the game replaces them with pink and black checkered boxes. This occurs when the textures are not in the game’s assigned directory folder or did not download correctly.
To restore textures, you need to delete them and download your textures again.
Minecraft: Java Edition
- Launch Minecraft, click Options, then click Resource Packs.
- Open the Resources Pack folder and delete all textures from this folder.
- Download the textures again to the folder.
Minecraft for Windows 10 (Bedrock)
- Launch Minecraft and go to Settings.
- In the Storage folder, delete all the textures.
- Download the textures again to this folder.
If this does not solve your issue try reaching out to the creator of the resource packs for help.