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Default Backup Database

Hello friends,
I am creating BACKUP of my database. Now, after creating it, when I delete something from tables, it comes back in tables after using RESTORE. But when I insert new data in it and if I delete one or more rows from new data and I restore the database, all new data entered is lost. How can I solve this problem. What is the problem and how to solve it.

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