That's weird. Could you try opening Git Bash, and running some git commands 
in there? It should have been installed alongside MSysgit (Git for Windows).

You could also try downgrading to 1.7.10, just to see if that makes a 
difference.

By the way, I'm curious what you selection you made in the install-wizard 
when asked about "Adjusting your PATH environment". Can you remember? It 
was either:

a) Use Git Bash only
b) Run Git from the Windows Command Prompt, or
c) Run GIt and included Unix tools from the Windows Command Prompt

I see that you've asked on the msysGit list as well, hopefully there'll be 
someone there with a better clue.

On Friday, June 29, 2012 10:55:34 PM UTC+2, David Sanderson wrote:
>
> I'm using Windows 7 Pro.
>
> On Friday, June 29, 2012 4:55:08 PM UTC-4, David Sanderson wrote:
>>
>> See attachment. Thanks.
>>
>> On Friday, June 29, 2012 4:31:05 PM UTC-4, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> Could you copy and paste the entire command you typed and the output?
>>>
>>> Please also provide us with the output of
>>>
>>> git --version
>>>
>>> and which operating system you are using.
>>>
>>>

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