Have you tried saving the shader preset to the core or gaming? Just follow the path: "Quick Menu" > "Shaders" > Select the shader preset you like > "Save Core Preset" or "Save Game Preset" (according to your preference).
As for NTFS and exFAT, their compatibility is quite different.
Compatibility: Works with all versions of Windows, but read-only with Mac by default, and may be read-only by default with some Linux distributions. Other devices — with the exception of Microsoft’s Xbox One — probably won’t support NTFS.
Compatibility: Works with all versions of Windows and modern versions of Mac OS X, but requires additional software on Linux. More devices support exFAT than support NTFS.
According to the comparison, exFAT seems to be more compatible than NTFS. In different situations, you can convert NTFS to exFAT or convert NTFS to exFAT via Disk Management, Windows File Explorer or DiskPart command line.
@substring It's ok now. As you said, I've redownload the .img file and install it with Etcher and it works.
I think the problem is that when the installation with Etcher is done, Windows ask the user to format SD Card because he can't recognize the new file system. If the user don't take care, he can reformat the SD card.