bower angular ENOGIT git is not installed or not in the PATH

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Bower angular ENOGIT git is not installed or not in the PATH

when trying to use windows command line. Turns out, you have to select this setting twice and I have missed the second one.

Here’s a few screenshots if any help for anyone:

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The one I have missed: j

After reinstalling with the above settings, everything seem to be ok.

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Adding Git to Windows 7/8/8.1 Path

Note: You must have msysgit installed on your machine. Also, the path to my Git installation is “C:\Program Files (x86)\Git”. Yours might be different. Please check where yours is before continuing.

Open the Windows Environment Variables/Path Window.

  1. Right-click on My Computer -> Properties
  2. Click Advanced System Settings link from the left side column
  3. Click Environment Variables in the bottom of the window
  4. Then under System Variables look for the path variable and click edit
  5. Add the pwd to Git’s binary and cmd at the end of the string like this:
    ;%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%\Git\bin;%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%\Git\cmd

Now test it out in PowerShell. Type git and see if it recognizes the command.

This is image showing you how to do so!

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