The same thing happened to me man.
There are only two ways to go about fixing it (as I was told by mechanic).
The only way to be able to get everything working the way it was except not have a window lock switch anymore would be to take out the master window control panel, and find the wire connecting the window lock switch and cut the wire. This should work, but you have to be careful not to cut the other wires or cut the wrong one. This is the least costly method since you can do it yourself but it is not guaranteed to work since I don't know anybody who has done that. But it does make sense if you think about it, since you will be cutting off the block to the other windows by cutting the wire.
The other way (which I did) is to replace the whole master window control panel. It sounds dumb to have to pay $300 (not including any labor) for a new window control panel when it is simply the window lock that is broken, but the way Acura designed them, this is the only way. You cannot replace just the window lock itself. You have to replace the whole control panel.
If I were in his place, I would tell him to try to do the first way himself, and if that doesn't work then to replace it. But unfortunately, as I found out, you cannot simply replace just the window lock itself.