This happened to me with not one, but five website, all either had the blank page on the front end and the database error on the back, blank on both ends etc. Godaddy was not helpful at all. I had to create a temporary folder for each site, copy the wp_content, themes that I needed and save them into the temp folder. Then I had to go into the database, and in my case, I only cared about the posts/pages so I only downloaded the sql for the wp_posts. THEN after doing those two things. I deleted and reinstalled wp. Then of course, you have to move the folders that you want back into the appropriate folders via the file manager, activate your theme in WP Dashboard and THEN upload your database tables. That worked for me, so far I restored two of my sites, working on the remaining three, no thanks to Godaddy.