Unfortunately you would no longer be able to renew your old green card. That green card would have been considered abandoned once you had not entered the US for more than a year and were not maintaining a residence in the US.
The good news is that If your daughter is over 21, your daughter can now petition you for a brand new green card since she is a US citizen. She would do this by filing an I-130 application. The application can be found here http://www.uscis.gov/i-130 . The cost is $420. This process can take about 6 months-1 year.
However, in order for her to be able to petition your current husband, she would have had to be under 18 when you married your current husband. If not, then she would have to petition you first and once you have your green card, then you would petition for him by filing another I-130 for him. There may be a longer delay for that since you are not a US citizen. It can be about 1 year-1.5 year wait until your husband would be able to get his green card.
Good luck to you during this process and I hope this answer has helped you!
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