When I run cmd in Windows 7 (by typing
'cmd' in Windows Run), the following error shows:
'-p' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
I have tried checking PATH in environment variables.
echo %PATH% gives me the following:
I have checked all the directories being pointed to by PATH. Everything seems to be in place. What I can not understand is where
'-p' is being called. I'm thinking that it has something to do with
cmd since it only comes out when I call
cmd and not when I run
ping, for example.
R, which should have been in his path but was not, due to that mistake. This case is of the command processor (
cmd) itself raising the error on start - and the start was successful. Still, the problem that caused it might be the same; I won't discount that...