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Didn't you post in November 2011 that you had solved your problem, Chirag? Anyway, have a look at this thread http://www.pciq.com/computer_support_forum/general/view_topic.asp?topicid=10826 (by copying and pasting the link into your browser address window.
Jayne, if you mean "ac adapter is not acer adapter, please check adapter" (and you must surely mean that despite your inability to copy accurately) then this issue has already been discussed on another thread on this forum. Our considered opinion was that it happens when the socket into which you plug the DC jack from the adapter starts to work loose from the motherboard. This gives a poor electrical contact which the computer misinterprets as a 'wrong' adaptor. You may be able to work around the problem by starting the computer running on battery then plugging in the adaptor when Windows has started. But if the problem gets worse you may find that you are no longer able to power the computer (or charge the battery) from the adaptor. If that happens then it's likely to be the computer that needs to be repaired, not the adapter.
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