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Restore backup, disable all the hooks/plugins and delete all the themes except the default. As some have said it could be a number of things but mine turned out to be the theme causing issues along with navigation icons as a hook.

Best of luck.

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Not sure how you manage server but if in doubt a service restart will not hurt. Depending on OS you run something like:

service mysqld stop
 service mysqld restart

Once dB is back up you can look for the table with widgets and plugins. I will look up exact tables when I get back to my desk. Have you tried going to path/admin/upgrade?

Really could be a ton of things. Check the error log and assure that all your services are running. 

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