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    Stop WIFI connecting to BT Open networks!

    How do I stop my W7 netbook constantly connecting to BT OpenZone-H network when I use my netbook upstairs. I have to manually tell it to connect to my home network. Looked at preffered networks and the Openzone one is not in the list and my home wfif is set as top of the list to connect to.

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    There is an option to disable auto connect to non secured wireless, which should stop that (but also other non secured. But you can manually connect still)

    Might be worth a try

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    could you manually add the bt network (assuming they all have the same name) and give it a completely wrong password/encryption type?



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