Let me repeat ... *I don't host with GoDaddy.*
As a former educator have always found it better to 'teach somone to fish' as opposed to 'giving fish'. So please take the following in that light.
You are probably using some GoDaddy app to be able to browse/edit files/upload files. Since I don't host with GoDaddy (and from what I've read about them over the years, probably will never do so), so what app that is and how to use it is GoDaddy's responsibility to it's customers.
And a quote from that page:
"NOTE: To check whether your php.ini file takes effect, open a plain text editor and create a file called phpinfo.php. Insert the following line:
<? phpinfo(); ?>. Save this file to the root of your Web site and then browse to yourdomain.com/phpinfo.php to test the settings. PHP 5 users should create a php5.ini file."
Am imagining that one could create a php5.ini file locally on whatever computer you are using in a Text editor ... NOT MS Word! On a Mac - TextEdit will do. On a Window PC - NotePad will do.
In the php5.ini you create locally one will have to insert single lines which are PHP settings that Moodle might require and that GoDaddy hosting on a shared system will allow. What lines and how many specifically could be many. In your case, the issue is 'missing a tempoary folder'. So in the php5.ini file that you would upload to your moodle site root, it might only contain one line which defines the full path to the temporary directory as well as some others related to file uploads (*** the following is from a standalone ... NOT shared ... NOT A GoDaddy server ... they may/may NOT be needed and more than likely these are NOT the only items you MIGHT need):
NOTE: the ';' characters indicate those lines are comments and do NOT need to be included in your manually created php5.ini file.
; Whether to allow HTTP file uploads.
file_uploads = On
; Temporary directory for HTTP uploaded files (will use system default if not
; Maximum allowed size for uploaded files.
upload_max_filesize = 275M
Maybe some other GoDaddy users who run Moodle and who have been down this path would be so kind enough to jump in and give very specific assistance.
'spirit of sharing', Ken