1996 E36 M3 Coupe, Electric Windows problem since battery disconnected

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  1. 1996 E36 M3 Coupe, Electric Windows problem since battery disconnected 
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    Disconnected my battery today with drivers window half down and it wouldn't go back up unless the door was shut
    I have searched the site for a sensible answer but nothing seems to crop up
    Any logical answers??
    Many thanks,
    Paul.
     
     

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    Windows need reprogramming, carry on holding the window switch down for 20 seconds when the window is closed
     
     

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    Press down down down till the window goes to the bottom, keep the switch pressed for 5 seconds, then up up up till it reaches the top, keep the switch pressed for 5 seconds. This should reset your windows.
     
     

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