No problem! Your additional information sheds a lot of light on what kind of problems you are having. It is a considerably different process to “migrate” a working WordPress site when you also have to update versions. If you have updated regularly, the upgrade scripts update the structure of your database as part of the process. If you have not upgraded in some time, it is likely that your existing database may need to be massaged to get your database up to the current standard.
The 2.1.3 that the DH one-click installs is the latest, and it has some issues with some older templates, and has some restructured database fields from older versions.
Generally I advise that you upgrade incrementally (once you have a site migrated, the upgrades are noit that difficult, so if you have to do it several times to get current it is really no big deal).
I can’t emphasize enough that you research and study the WordPress Codex and Forums - almost all this is covered there, and in great detail (how to upgrade from version 1.x to 2.0, 2.0 to 2.1.x, etc) as well as several methods for moving the application and the databases.
As for determining what version you were running on GoD*ddy, you should be able to discern that from the contents of the includes/version.php file (just look at it’s contents in an editor). That will show you not only the WordPRess version, and the WP_DB version (these are helpful in determing the best way to upgrade, sometimes).
At any rate, WP or WP_DB version issues could be part of the problem, but you now know how to check that for the code you took from GoD*ddy, and if you explore the links I have already provided as well as the Upgrading information on the WordPRess site/Forums, you should be able to develop a strategy that will work.