each time the driver's door is opened and closed the electrical harness between the door and the door pillar is flexed, often this causes a break in the wiring, make shure there is power and no broken wires.
Go to a MECANAIC...
Does this car have a safety lockout of the passenger switches? It's probably activated. If it was just one passenger window I would suspect a broken wire, most likely in the rubber bellows between the door and frame.
Maybe its your driver-side window regulator that stopped working.
Is the glass broken or the mechanism to raise and lower it? If the glass is broken I *believe* it is flat glass, in which case you can remove your passenger window and bring that to an auto-glass shop to use as a pattern to re-create the driver's window. Not all glass shops cut flat glass anymore, so it may take some calling around to find one. If the mechanism is broken I can only suggest you take it apart and see where it is broken or worn out. You may be able to find another mechanism at a junkyard or on ebay.
check for broken wires in the door and check for pawer across the switch drive safe
It is most likely a disconnected or broken wire in or going to the driver's door.
I would replace the master window switch
Try swapping it with the driver's side switch
Check the window fuses. They are located underneath the driver side kick panel. If the fuses are blown the windows will not work.