fatal: Unable to find remote helper for 'http'


I was trying to switch to git from svn, so I installed sourcetree, created a Bitbucket account, tried it, made the migration on another machine and pushed to bitbucket. Everything was fine. But when I tried to clone the repo to my development machine this error started apearing and I've done everything I could think of but it keeps repeating even though it worked at first with a test repo.

I'm running on Windows 7 SP1.

I've tried to reinstall SourceTree (lastest and 1.7.0), updatted embedded git, installed git on system and configured SourceTree to use it, installed cURL (since most threads point you that way)..

I've tried also to clone running git-bash from git-local but throws the same error.

Anyone can help?


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It happens also when trying to use https (fatal: Unable to find remote helper for 'https')

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