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I would start by re setting the computer. Just get a 10mm socket (most are 10 mm) loosen the negative battery cable nut and remove the connection from the battery post completely and let it sit for at least 10 minutes then replace the cable and tighten it securely. see what happens. you should be all clear to go.
The only thing that is in common with both of those windows is the Master Control Window Switch. (The switch panel on the driver's door) A failure of this switch could possibly be the problem, but it is not real likely that it would affect both windows, and only intermmitently. The more likely cause would be that the window motors on both doors are sticking. Try slamming the door fairly hard while someone is holding the switch. If the window starts working, replace the motor.