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Failing to install Modules in PYCHARM

I know these isn't SoloLearn related but is programming related. So my computer had got corrupted and i had to format it and start afresh, i used to use pycharm for Python and HTML projects. I also had alot of modules installed. But now I'm trying to install the modules again but it's failing, i tried all kinds of methods, pip, python respiratory , etc but all are failing. What could be the problem? 😭😭 Check my profile for screenshots..

4/3/2022 6:22:28 PM

David Holmes Ng'andu

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David Holmes Ng'andu So you could add thie bin folder of the python to your computer environment variables I will share an article to tell you how to do that

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try to reinstall it and make sure that you check the / add to path / button

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I didn't used pycharm for a long time but your problem with python not pycharm. I guess pycharm comes pre-installed with python but I don't remember exactly how to change it

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Have clicked the check box →add to path

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Or re install Python may be you have problem with pip

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David Holmes Ng'andu Just start every thing from scratch restore your laptop to factory mode Then try again If it does not work then you hard drive is corrupt try get another hard disk drive or buy a new laptop

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how did you install python and what version? could you show me the output when you type pip in cmd ?

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Mohammed Mubarak i installed python 3.7.4 on the official python site, because somehow the latest one won't run on win 8 but before it used too. That's the thing, when you run pip in cmd or terminal, nothing happens

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from https://betterprogramming.pub/how-to-install-python-packages-in-pycharm-without-anaconda-f78c0fe33362 To install a package: Create a project in PyCharm. Click on “File” at the top left-hand side of PyCharm. Click “Settings.” You will see “Project:…. (and the name of your project).” Click on it. Click on “Project Interpreter” (just opened on the right side). On the right-hand side, you will see a plus sign. Click on it. Inside the opened box at the top of the page, search for the name of the package you want to install. Choose the package from the list, then click on “Install Package” at the bottom of the page.

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rodwynnejones oh wow why didn't i think of that 🙄. As i said i tried everything, including that, it says package installed but when you try import it, it's not working

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Mohammed Mubarak no python has to be installed speratly

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Mohammed Mubarak i know how to do that, lemme try.

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Mohammed Mubarak but do share yo method

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https://stackoverflow.com/a/44477309/13873633

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I reinstalled it 13 times, 😐 both pycharm and python