Win XP uses NTFS format so, that should've been communicated to the guys at the shop prior to the data recovery.
Unless there is a utility that can help you read FAT32 data with XP I'm not sure how else you could recover the data.
You could partition the master drive, install a FAT32 OS and then burn the data onto CD/DVD. But that would be a lot of work...
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