Make sure you're running with GIT on your PATH (perhaps by running from the GIT bash shell), or you've used the "-i" option to specify the location of Git

Jun 15, 2013 at 7:29 AM
Again I have no clue what you are talking about here. You need to give the low-level details and don't infer people just know what you are talking about.

"Make sure you're running with GIT on your PATH (perhaps by running from the GIT bash shell), or you've used the "-i" option to specify the location of Git"

Ok, I read this, this tells me nothing. What do you mean make sure you're running WHAT with GIT in WHAT path? If it's environmental variables, I do not deal with those so you need to explain exactly what we need to do in windows to specify this step by step.