Just like in question, here are lines of code that I used that may have caused the problem. I was installing Git for powershell

. (Resolve-Path "$env:LOCALAPPDATA\GitHub\shell.ps1")
. $env:github_posh_git\profile.example.ps1

and after these lines I quote

Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -Scope CurrentUser -Confirm
 cd ~\Documents\WindowsPowerShell\posh-git

"This will add the proper line to your profile.ps1 file, and posh-git will be active the next time you open your prompt" And here is the problem, everytime I launch powershell I get import-module error (I deleted the files of git and installed it in a different way)

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    Could you please provide the full error details you get when you launch powershell? – Felipe Donda Aug 23 '18 at 19:19
  • Please edit the question to limit it to a specific problem with enough detail to identify an adequate answer. – Ramhound Aug 23 '18 at 21:07

PS Modules when installed are loaded from several locations. You can get the list of such locations using variable in PS session: $env:psmodulePath.

Thus browsing through all of such locations find a folder with newly installed module and remove it.

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