On Mon, 15 Apr 2013 03:13:47 -0700 (PDT)
Sergey <sh0...@gmail.com> wrote:

> When I launch Git- on my WinXP SP3, I get
> the error:
> ---------------------------
> Error
> ---------------------------
> Invalid floating point operation.
> ---------------------------
> ОК   
> ---------------------------
> On the other Win7 machine everything is working.

Are you sure everything is OK with your system?
I've installed that same installer in WinXP SP3 (32-bit, pro, RU)
without any problems.

Try temporarily disabling any antivirus software which might be running.

I would check the hardware as well.  First look at HDD (start with
inspecting the system event log, as Windows starts to silently put there
error messages when it encounters I/O errors on the HDD).
You could try to verify the integrity of the file just in case.
The MD5 sum of my copy is: eefc05a7ff11a84d350d561a63014a47.
If you have a different hash sum, this is a clear sign of somethng
low-level gone wrong.

Running memtest86+ is also desired.

> Is there zip-installation of GIT for windows?


> How to install GIT for me?

If all of the above fails, zip the %ProgramFiles%\Git directory on your
Windows 7 machine and unzip it to the same place on your Windows XP box.
Then append the string %ProgramFiles%\Git\Cmd to the contents of the
PATH environment variable.

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