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Restore MySQL databases using the Site Backup & Restore tool
To restore your MySQL databases you can use the Site Backup and Restore tool, found in the Files category of your cPanel.
Restore a MySQL Database
- Login to your Bluehost Control Panel.
- Click the Site Backup & Restore tool.
- Select the Restore tab.
- Click Restore MySQL.
- Choose from one of the available dates.
- Check the database you would like to restore.
- Select the desired tables; you can use the top-most box to select all of them at once.
- In the popup menu choose the option Restore.
- You will be asked to confirm your restore choices, with a list of the table(s) being restored.
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