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If all the windows will not work it will most likely be a blown fuse or a faulty relay. Check the fuse box in the engine bay for a blown power window fuse. If they are ok check the relay by swapping it with one of the other relays in the fuse box.
you will want to check your fuses that are in the fuse box under the hood. odds are you blew your main engine fuse and or alternator/charging system fuse. all may be purchased at any auto parts store, just make sure you use the same amperage fuse you are replacing.