Hi again A333,
Since you have stated that
everything is working on your computer
I would ignore it for now.
If you are truly curious and want the root cause resolved then you may have to play detective and explore what may have changed within the time the event notification reflects. Check out other events, look for application errors, device manager driver errors.
When I googled this, I did note that this error was reported to be often caused by a virus program update. Some ignored it and it took care of its self. Some noticed virus program became problematic and had to take further steps to resolve that issue.
The long and short of it is, it can be caused by many things and unless you figure out what it is by a self exploratory or some as yet unknown problem rears it's ugly head in a more specific and clear manner, you can ignore it.
Your welcome and I'm sure this boards members would be happy to help further but the error is generic/not very informative and there's not much more to go on. It's kind of hard to pin this down when all is well with the computer thus far.