If there was no warning light and no "H2O" flashing on the dash then you have no worries. It just mean you have revison A clocks. It's a known problem that'll be fixed by replacing the clocks with revision D and if your bike is still in warrenty then you can get it sorted for nowt. If it's not then someone on here will have a set hanging around. Also changing the clocks will stop them reseting every time you start it.
Happened to me mate. Lots of good advice on here