You can use the Backup Menu to restore a Home, MySQL, filter, or alias backup. To do this, you must have that backup on the computer that you are accessing cPanel from.
1 To access the Backup Menu, click on the icon above the words Backup on the main screen of your cPanel interface.
2 Click on the Choose button below the backup type you wish to restore.
3 Once you have selected the file you wish to restore, click on Upload
The archive or file you are uploading must match the way it was downloaded. For example: if the archive was a .tar.gz when you downloaded it, it must be a .tar.gz file when you restore it.