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undo upate command of mysql db

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Hi there,

       I have accidentally updated the mysql db with wrong data and it updated in all the rows. I need your great help to undo the update command and get my old data back. Please help me with the problem.

      mysql is running on win XP, it's on my local sever
      updated thrugh command prompt.

 
thanks in advance.
b.mahadevan.
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Sorry.  Hope you made backups.
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I have to agree with snoyes_jw.  The only way out is if you have a backup of your database.
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