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That sounds like you do not have any recovery available. If you connect the tablet to the computer via SUB and pick the USB option, what happens?

unfortualy nothing happens, my computer dosenīt find the device and the tf700 just gets stuck on that option.
 
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What happens if you search find the Asus infinity root drivers, go to device manager and updated the drivers to infinity root ones for any question marked there? Whilst in fast boot mode of course.
 
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it looks like this.

I got the drivers for the device, through the asus mannager, i assume those were the ones you meant right? however it dosenīt find the device, tried on a couple of computers
 
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it looks like this.

I got the drivers for the device, through the asus mannager, i assume those were the ones you meant right? however it dosenīt find the device, tried on a couple of computers
No Asus drivers are not the ones. You need infinity root drivers. Search for them on xda.
 
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No Asus drivers are not the ones. You need infinity root drivers. Search for them on xda.
Sorry to stick my actually-not-so-big nose in, but do you mean the Universal Naked from here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1379875 ?

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Sorry to stick my actually-not-so-big nose in, but do you mean the Universal Naked from here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1379875 ?

Sorry, just trying to prevent confusion on OP's part.
tried downloading those and some others i got from seraching the forums for drivers, however no change :S
 
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Sorry to stick my actually-not-so-big nose in, but do you mean the Universal Naked from here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1379875 ?

Sorry, just trying to prevent confusion on OP's part.
No I used some called infinity root drivers. They work perfectly with my windows 7

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