Importing a file to a new database in phpMyAdmin

1) Log into cPanel

2) Create a new database (click here for instructions if needed)

3)  Click on phpMyAdmin:



4) In the left column, you'll see a list of your databases.  Click on the new database:



5) Click on the Import tab at the top:



6) Click on "Choose File":



7) Browse to the file's location on your computer and click to upload it:



8) Click to import the file:



9) Give the system time to complete the request, and you should be set:



** Please note:  If the database is too big, we will need to import it from our end.  If you need help importing a database, please enter a ticket.

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