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Some vehicles shouldn't be jump started the conventional way some you may need to build the battery up before trying to start up. Then of course if just by chance you put the battery leads on back wards you can foul up the electronics on some vehicles hope this isn't your case.
IF you have a manual then things like faulty clutch and not completely disengaging will cause this fault. High engine revs will cause this fault. Sometimes just standin with the clutch disengaged allows the teeth in the box to hit each other and not mesh ( momentarily letting out the clutch will fix this). But if you have an auto tranny it is a totally different set of faults. More details would have been helpful
Take your car to Advanced Auto Parts or Auto Zone, or anywhere you can connect your car to a diagnostic computer for free. After receiving the code that code reader can also clear the code. The only code that won't clear are the really serious ones such as a failed transmission.