You will can try with native Git bash, don't try with cmd.
Here attach a image

On Saturday, October 10, 2015 at 10:58:47 PM UTC-5, Tzahalla Sircher wrote:
> I know its because I have " Before the command line (blabash32": $) but I 
> dont know how to change it so the quotation marks arent there anymore cause 
> its been canceling any command. HELP. Also, changing PATH doesnt work.

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