Hi Jim Fell
Yes, in the memory window, after you add a memory monitor, you can right click on the address you want to set a memory watchpoint, click on "Add Watchpoint (C/C++)" and this breakpoint will appear in your Breakpoint view:
Hope this helps
Thanks, but I already know how to do that. It will pause execution every time the value at that memory location is changed. I needed to be able to pause execution only when the memory location is changed to a specific value. I'm debugging a data buffer, so the values at the memory location change frequently.