Ruby on Rails — new install on windows 7 but cant run ruby commands, problem with path?



I just installed ruby on rails on my new computer ( I was using instantrails before) and I'm trying to get everything setup.


Im running Windows 7. So I followed the instructions from this tutorial.


http://blogupstairs.com/ruby-on-rails/installing-ruby-on-rails-on-windows-7/


The problem i'm guessing is step 3


"Add the newly installed bin directory to your path in your windows system : Open windows explorer-> right click the icon computer-> choose Properties -> in the contol panel Home, Click Advanced system settings and then click Envitonment Variables button->in the system variables click new and add new syste


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