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I'm trying to use Git command line in VS Code with no success

I am trying to use the Git command line, but it keeps saying Git process seems to re running in this repository. I don't know what to do. I need to somehow terminate the processes that are running. I've tried multiple times with no success. Can anyone help me?

Hannah Cherba
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Hannah Cherba
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 14,319 Points

First off, did you sign into your git account? I had to create one when I was downloading the git extensions in vscode. Also, with other extensions, I have had to "undownload" them by clicking the extension and clicking disable or uninstall. I hope this helps you. I'm new to vscode, so I've had a few road blocks myself.

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Travis Alstrand
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Travis Alstrand
Data Analysis Techdegree Graduate 47,479 Points

Hey there Frank Grillo !

I've never personally hit this issue, but it seems like it would be a frustrating one for sure! I googled what you said up there and came across this Stack Overflow post which may have some things that you can try. Let us know if you're still encountering this issue, or how you resolved it if you did please! Thanks!