I'm a little confused by what you've typed.
Which one is your result? Do you have separate results for hsv1 and hsv2?
On the tests, the ranges are below .90 is negative, .91-1.09 is equivocal or indeterminate, and 1.10 is positive.
However, if you're over 1.10, but below 3.5, it may be a false positive.
Also, you should get a type specific test. It doesn't sound as if yours was type specific. If it is positive, you won't know if you have type 1, type 2 or both.
The numbers are just a measure of herpes antibodies in your blood. There is never a true zero because of the way the test is run.