No, to use Intel Vt-d you need processor that support VT-d _AND_ chipset that support VT-d _AND_motherboard BIOS that support Vt-d. If you wish to use VT-d you should find motherboard that have VT-d option in BIOS and have correct DMAR table. Some motherboards such as Asus and Gigabyte build on chipsets that supports VT-d but their BIOS don’t have VT-d support. You can find more detailed information at http://wiki.xen.org/wiki/VTd_HowTo
Kalyan82, in your case, it will be necessary to contact Acer, since we have generic drivers and our BIOS versions are made for Intel Motherboards.
So, Acer would be the perfect contact in order to get detail information on your laptop. If there is a BIOS update that will add VT-d support on your system, they should give you the instructions on how to perform it.