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didnt specify vehicle and or if other switches work or dont -- so heres a generic answer, if none of the windows are working will need to check the fuses and relays if some of the windows / window switches then need to check the power-- wiring connections -- and switches
If none of the door lock actuators operate when you try the switches at the doors, check the fuse first. If it's blown, replace it. If ok, it is probably the drivers door control switch as it feeds all the other doors switches and actuators.
The cable back to the release has probably stretched to the point it won't release (hey it's 18 years old!). Get a pair of vise grip pliers, grab on firmly to the cable behind the release you are pulling up on, and pull, it should open.