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Asus P8Z77-V boot problem after botched VirtuMVP update

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So I tried to update VirtuMVP to the latest version because I was getting an error message on every startup saying Lucidsvc was not running. I downloaded the latest update and ran the installer, during the install it notified me it wanted to restart the computer to uninstall the old version before continuing. The system shutdown and then would not boot up again, it hangs at the post screen with the boot device led lit up. If I hit F1 and go into the bios and select the ssd from the quick menu Win7 loads up fine. The ssd is first on the boot priority list and I haven't changed any settings. I have also tried loading the optimized defaults and that doesn't work either. Anyone have any ideas?
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did you pull the bios battery?
     
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did you pull the bios battery?

Yep, didn't work. I actually figured it out and have it working now. There is an option in the bios to disable the F1 if boot up encounters an error. I completely missed it and forgot about it. Once I found the option I remembered that I had to have it on because I'm watercooling and don't have a cpu fan so every boot up shows a fan error. I'm not sure how it got changed in the first place but its good now. Does anyone know of a way that I can get rid of the cpu fan error and boot up normally?
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