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No this is not stopping you from starting .
The battery voltage and cranking amps are to low ,
What you have to do is fully charge the battery or fit a known good battery then try again ,if your battery is very low charged that it will not even turn your starter a jump start from another car will not help, unless you leave the two hooked up and wait 5 minutes for the jump car to charge a bit of power to your battery, then you can try and start .
Here is what to do to see what the problem is if does not start after charging your battery . A fully charged battery has around 12,6volts .
Connect a volt meter to the battery and with a second man have him attempt to start ,now take note of the voltmeter it should not drop lower than 9.6 volts if it does replace the battery if stays at around 12volts then replace the starter motor .
Do this and get back to me if needed.
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Once you have the engine running check the battery voltage should have 14.volts +/- .5 volts
if lower your battery went dead due to a bad alternator .