I am creating a set of LabVIEW VIs so we can automate testing of a 21060 processor. Most of what I need to do is various memory writes and reads. At this point, my environment is the VisualDSP++ 5.0 simulator, and I am able to see that I can write to memory addresses as I want to. My primary problem now is that every time I run the LabVIEW VI module, I start by calling the Automation Open function to get a refnum for IADspApplication, and call the CreateSession method, and this appears to erase all the memory in the simulator. I tried creating a Global variable in LabVIEW for the IADspDebugSession and not calling the Automation Close function, so I wouldn't have to call the CreateSession method, but I get an error from the ActiveX controls when I do that. Is there some way to access memory without calling IADspApplication.CreateSession? Or without it erasing memory? Will this not be an issue once we move to the emulator and some real hardware?