Ah, you are not totally painted into a corner. Just climb up the wall and across the ceiling!
There are 2 ways out: ADB or APX.
To use ADB, whilst booted to CWM, connect your USB cord to your computer. Update using the Naked Drivers 0.72 for the unknown device, or ADB device. It will probably show an MTP device as well, leave that alone.
Once you think you have the driver working, you will need ADB. I have a copy of the files in my dropbox so you don't need the whole android SDK.
Unzip them to the c:\adb folder.
Command prompt and run the following:
You should see a device followed by RECOVERY.
Once this is working, find the file you want to move to the tablet to flash (I would recommend TWRP 22.214.171.124 unless you plan on flashing Android Revolution HD) and move this file to c:\adb. I will call it flash.zip for the purposes of this.
Next, go back to your command prompt and type the following:
adb push flash.zip /sdcard/
Once this is completed you should see the flash.zip on the tablet in CWM so you can install it.
If you do install TWRP, be sure to do a NORMAL reboot (even if it is to a bootlooped OS) so the installation completes. Once you get to the ROM boot screen (pas the Eee Pad logo screens) you can boot back to recovery.
Method 2 - APX
I have a guide for using APX and EasyFlasher here: http://www.transformerforums.com/for...rom-tf101.html
You can either use one of my repacked versions (linked in that thread) to install TWRP (has not been updated for the latest TWRP yet, but it is only a few versions old). If you want the latest, put it on a microSD and flash it after updating to the Easyflasher version.
Or you can download the stock ROM from the Asus Support site, place the .zip file as is in the asusupdate folder within EasyFlasher folder structure and then click the unbrick option.
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