event 3072, Foundation Agents

Since I've upgraded my Windows 2008 SP2 x64 Enterprise server to R2, this error is listed every 2 minutes in the System log file, as a Warning:

Component: Software Version Agent
Error: Could not read from the registry sub-key.
Cause: This error can be caused by a corrupt registry or a low memory condition. Rebooting the server may correct this error.

Rebooting the server didn't correct the error and the server doesn't show low memory condition. Thanks for help.

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Was Enterprise server to R2 32 bit?
Oops ignore that.
Correcttion: Is R2 32 bit or 64 bit as well?
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I also need events information before and after this event please
Tech-DinfoAuthor Commented:
As I said, this error appeared right after a system upgrade; thus there are so many events that I'm not sure which one you want to see? Since then, the error is logged every 2 minutes and there are normal system messages in between.
No error message in between them?
Tech-DinfoAuthor Commented:
Nope. There are some but none just before the error occurred for the 1st time and no more since then.
Let me do some research on this issue.
Tech-DinfoAuthor Commented:
Hint: it looks like the "Software Version Agent" could be related to the HP Server Management tools. I'll have a look there and upgrade the tools, if there are new versions available.
Very much possible some software may be causing it.
Is any such software installed for e.g. Tech-Dinfo suggested (HP Server Management tools)
Tech-DinfoAuthor Commented:
I've installed the latest HP software version and the problem seems to have been solved. Thx for your help.
Finally good news :)

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Tech-DinfoAuthor Commented:
I found my own solution.
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