Dell filed its past-due financial reports from fiscal 2003 through 2006 and the first quarter of fiscal 2007, while shedding light on some of the accounting missteps that led to its financial restatements and delays.

The company said the restatements would result in a $92 million reduction in profit. However, Dell spent $205 million on the investigation. Among the issues it uncovered were weaknesses in internal controls.

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