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Lenovo X60: can't connect wireless

My X60 is having difficulties connecting to the Wireless Network. The Network can be found 75% of the time but i can't connect. Another Lenovo (X300) with identical wireless settings has no problems connecting, and the router just works fine with other Notebooks. I even changed the Wireless Network to unecrypted Status. No result.

What do you think? Busted Wireless Card? If so, can i change it?

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