Originally Posted by St. Elia
Ok I guess I'm not explaining myself very well.
On the inside of the crank, not the torx wrench side, where the small chain ring attaches to the crank arm. There is a star shaped hole with a special looking do dad in the middle. It's not standard. I'll try to take a pic of it today and post it.
Again thanks guys I know you are all trying to help.
St. Elia, The thing in the middle of the inside chainring bolt (the one that screws into back of crank arm) is a little plastic plug designed to keep home mechanics from being able to work on the cranks. Grab it with some needle nose pliers and try to yank it out, or just smush your Torx T30 into it hard enough to get a purchase and remove the bolt. Once the bolt is out it's easy to remove the little plastic plug.
I think Campagnolo does this because according to their documentation chainring replacement should only be done by a certified shop. I'd love to know why they say this.