Based on the results that you’ve obtained with IgG test, I would say there is no way to know if you are infected with either HSV 1 or HSV 2. The HSV 2 is a low positive and very possible to be a false positive. The HSV 1 result is all over the place and I just can’t tell.
The IgG tests are deeply flawed and thus are confusing and often inaccurate. We so need a better test. And if you want to know where you personally stand, you need the herpes western blot from the University of Washington