pip gone Wierd

+1 Sampan Verma · November 9, 2015
I switched to Windows 7 from Windows 10. Then I uninstalled Python 3.4 and then reinstalled Python 3.4. Now Command Prompt is not able to find pip. Not to forget python command works. Also django-admin works(it did not uninstalled that). I am facing this problem. Also I want to install Pygame. The page which had the setup for it now does not provide and .exe or .msi extension. It downloaded .zip file and I dont know how to install it into python packages. I remember something about wheels they wrote on the website from where i downloaded pygame.zip. Also the line of the website from where I downloaded Pygame is in Pygame's website in downloads page.
In the end I want to install Pygame and pip is not working. 

I think the error is with pip's SYSTEM PATH. I have already tried reinstalling and repairing.

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0 Sam Huffman · November 16, 2015
Sounds like a pip path problem....

close all open command windows

start > edit the system environment variables

edit the path and add "c:\python34\scripts"

apply the changes

open command window and type pip to see if it works.
0 Sampan Verma · November 17, 2015
Not working. I think its no problem with Path. but the pip itself. I didnt find any pip.exe or pip.py file in that directory. Thanks For Answering
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