HSV-1 Negative. Was a IgG test.
Do you also have HSV1? Is that a IgG result or an IgM result?
Technically, according to the test manufacturers, that's a positive test result. However, according to most experts in the field, anything under a 3.5 needs to be confirmed, especially in the presence of a pre-existing hsv1 infection.
If it's an IgM test, ignore it completely. It's unreliable, and shouldn't ever be done on adults. (Many other IgM tests for other infections are reliable - for herpes, it's not.) If it's an IgM, and you have a negative IgG, act like the IgM wasn't even done.