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FATXplorer works on Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1. (Windows XP is not supported, all features working in Windows 10 preview builds except Windows Integration)

The latest version of FATXplorer is currently, released on March 26, 2015. Version History and Change Logs

FATXplorer is 100% portable. You can put it anywhere you want, even on a flash drive!

The seven day trial period starts when you first open FATXplorer. There is no way to stop the timer, so make sure you open it when you are ready!

Trial extension codes are offered if seven days is not enough time to fully evaluate all of the features. If you need an extension, contact FATXplorer support.

Xbox 360 Memory Unit Driver

Installation of this driver is essential for FATXplorer’s device detection¬†engine to detect memory-units like the one pictured below.

NOTE: This driver is ONLY for memory-units, you can see a picture of one above. You don’t need to install this driver if you aren’t using that device.

  • Eaton

    Hi, the 48F10172A.360 file is actually a crash dump file that the system makes, uploads to the Xbox Live servers, and then deletes. It is not important to you and you shouldn’t worry about recovering it.

    The Add Content command is the correct procedure. Unfortunately if it complained about the file being corrupt, there’s nothing we can do about that gave save, it’s been overwritten or was fragmented.

    Every game has their own special save format. Some large, some small. All are stored the following way:

    Content\[profile]\[game folder]0000001

    Before adding any content, make sure you have recovered all data you need, as adding new data may cause other deleted files to become corrupt.

    If you have more questions, you should send in a support request here so the comment section doesn’t get flooded, thanks!

  • Blake

    Will you ever develop for mac?

  • Eaton

    Hi Blake, check out the poll that is currently active:

    It’s been up for quite some time and unfortunately there is little to no demand for Mac. So there probably isn’t going to be a Mac version.

  • Blake

    Ok thanks, Im actually installing Windows via VMware right now

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