The PC maker restated its revenues for 2003 through to the first quarter of 2007, knocking more than $92m off its previously started revenues. The figure is within range of Dell's August estimate of between $50m and $150m.
A Dell spokesperson told vnunet.com that the restatement represents less than one per cent of Dell's $12bn in cumulative net income, and would reduce Dell's earnings per share over the entire period by about three cents.
The restatements come after Dell found that some employees had been adjusting the figures to meet financial targets and offset expenses.
Dell's inability to post the reports put it in violation of Nasdaq requirements, and the company faced the possibility of being delisted from the exchange.
Dell said on 31 October that it had received confirmation from the Nasdaq board that it had regained compliance and would continue to be listed on the exchange. The SEC investigation remains in place.
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