FormatPartitionEx (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)
This function formats the partition with the default file system of the loaded partition driver.
BOOL WINAPI FormatPartitionEx( HANDLE hPartition, BYTE bPartType, BOOL bAuto );
[in] Handle to the partition returned by the OpenPartition function.
[in] Partition type.
For more information on partition types, see Partition Manager.
[in] When this flag is set, bPartType is ignored, and the partition driver generates the appropriate partition type for the default file system type. A file allocation table (FAT) file system selects a partition type based on the number of sectors in the partition, FAT12, FAT16, or FAT32.
A partition must have already been created with the CreatePartition function before it can be formatted using this function.
This function erases sector zero of a specified partition and updates the partition type in the master boot record. It does not write a file system format such as FATFS.
To write a file system format, call FormatVolume.