This is what I got...(Hope I did it right...). The git version is 

On Monday, October 12, 2015 at 10:40:37 AM UTC-5, Konstantin Khomoutov 
> On Mon, 12 Oct 2015 08:01:41 -0700 (PDT) 
> Tzahalla Sircher <tzah...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote: 
> > So I run windows 8.1, and Im using Gitbash on it. The line that 
> > appears now before Typing any command is bash.exe"-3.1$ 
> Yes, that's weird. 
> What's your version of Git for Windows? 
> Where did you downloade it from? 
> Did you tweak any files in the installation folder? 
> "Git Bash" is basically a terminal emulator (either mintty or plain old 
> cmd.exe -- depending on what did you select in the installer) running 
> the bash shell in it -- a port of the shell popular in the Linux world. 
> When starting, bash reads a couple of script files to initialize itself. 
> Among other things, these files set up a special environment variable, 
> PS1, whose content is evaluated each time to render the shell's prompt. 
> Looks like it's broken in your case. 
> > I could type commands like mkdir store or git add "filename" etc. and 
> > the reaponse from git would be "Bash.exe"-3.1:mkdir: command not 
> > found" 
> External commands are looked up using the PATH environment variables. 
> Could you copy and paste the outputs of running these three commands? 
>   mount 
>   echo $PATH 
>   echo $PS1 
> > And that would turn up for every command beside echo and clear. 
> That's because these are built-ins to the bash shell itself 
> rather than external commands. 

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