You are attempting to import a MySQL database manually, and you are getting errors regarding "Table '' already exists," whereas your newly created database is empty.
When manually importing a database, you would use a command via SSH or phpMyAdmin like this:
Command (as root):
mysql cptest_cptest1 < /backup/mysql/cptest.sql
You expect the command to put the contents of the .sql file into the 'cptest_cptest1' database.
However, you receive an error that a certain 'Table already exists'.
This can happen if the .sql files have commands in it that are changing the database location.
Examine the .sql file with a text-based editor, and look for commands that look like this:
-- Database: `cptest_another-database`
CREATE DATABASE IF NOT EXISTS `cptest_another-database` DEFAULT CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci;
When you import the database, MySQL executes the MySQL commands, which changes which database to use.
In this case, the workaround would be to change the 'database names' inside the .sql file to match the database you want to create.
-- Database: `cptest_cptest1`
CREATE DATABASE IF NOT EXISTS `cptest_cptest1` DEFAULT CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci;