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First check both cables to the battery, are they cleanly connected to the starter/engine, clean at battery posts, Did you jump correctly, placing positive red on negative will give a large spark and may have damaged electric relays or fuse, best to go black on metal component on engine and red to positive side of battery. Even if the engine is locked up there will be a clunk of some kind. No sound at all means no electrical connection
the cable /fuse to alternator has nothing to do with the start and run function if the battery is charged up and in good condition ,sounds like the main battery cables have a bad contact/connection or battery is shot<follow battery cables and remove all points of connection in engine bay area clean contacts with sandpaper and resecure all connections 1 AT A TIME! to make sure none are swapped around by mistake ) on both earth cable/negative and the positive/power cables,make sure terminals on battery are clean and tight , try boosting/jump starting your battery with jumper cables connected from another cars battery positive to positive .........negative to negative and see if it starts ,i doubt the problem of starting up is the alternator unless battery is flat and not being charged by alternator ,by jump starting with another baterry will give you the answer once all baterry cables and connections are clean and secure
Take the batteries out and put them back in again. Make sure they are in correctly. Try the immobilizer again. If it still does not work, reverse the batteries and try again. If that doesn't work you may have to contact a Hyundai dealership for help.
There is an inline fuse cartridge that you should checks. But if it has power and still does not work, there is also a small hole below the CD tray, where you can stick in a straightened paperclip, and force a manual ejection, even if the player is totally nonfunctional.