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First step is to see if you can short the switch to work right at the switch itself. If you can do that then you are down to a wire issue still even after you have replaced what you have. There also may be fuse dedicated to just the drivers side itself. It does not make sense for that to be but that is where I would take it next is to see if it is an isolated circuit for some reason.
if there is noise coming from the driver side window is down why you pushing the control button for upwards means the window motor / regulator needs to be replaced. If there is nothing the main control switch for the windows may need to be replaced