HP turned in revenue of $10.6bn (£7.3bn), or a decline of 9% from last year's numbers for the second quarter of $11.6bn. The $10.6bn is a 7% decline from the $11.4bn the company had in the first quarter of this year.
That translated to earnings per share of 25 cents, down slightly from the first-quarter profit of 29 cents per share but up from last year's mark of 17 cents per share for the same period.
In a company statement e-mailed to reporters, HP chairwoman and chief executive officer Carly Fiorina said it had been a difficult quarter but she praised the company for staying focused.
In addition to struggling with the soft economy and the logistics behind the merger, HP's top management, including Fiorina, had to fight off a legal challenge last month to stop the merger by former board director Walter Hewlett.
"While there was real potential for distraction, HP delivered," Fiorina said.