How to Open exFAT drive in Windows XP

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As we know that Microsoft Windows XP only supports  Fat32 and NTFS drives. This is very important to those users who use Windows XP that it must also supports exFat. I want to tell all users that FAT32 format only allows you to store up-to 4GB while exFAT format allows you to store more than 4GB. For eg:- I have a file of 5GB and I want to store this file in my USB Pendrive which is Fat32 formatted drive. I want to tell you that Fat32 does not allow you to store more than 4GB, but exFAT allows you to store more than 4GB. So, I come with a useful trick which enables Windows XP users to manage their exFAT formatted drive in Windows XP.

Here is the trick:-

Step 1: Download Update For Windows XP(WindowsXP-KB955704-x86-ENU) from here - Click here to download

Step 2: Extract the file using Universal Extractor or WinRAR

Step 3: Install the update and Restart your Windows.

Note1: This trick is only for Windows XP.

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