Fix Date Field in SQL Database

I have a MSSQL database with a date field that is messed up.  Due to complicated issue. Many of the timestamp fields in my database went form the date "1/5/1900 9:24:32 AM"  And it should be "1/5/2011 9:24:32 AM"  

I am looking for a that will read all the fields in the database check to see if the year field is 1900 and if it is modify to 2011

Can someone give me a method for doing this.

Thanks
infoadminAsked:
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Atdhe NuhiuCommented:
update table
set datefield = dateadd(yy,111,datefield )
where year(datefield )=1900
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deightonprogCommented:
update yourtable set yourfield = dateadd(year,111,yourfield ) where datepart(year, yourfield ) = 1900
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infoadminAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the quick responce
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Atdhe NuhiuCommented:
Thanks
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