The first event log you list is according to what I have read AND it is important for you to KNOW that I have NO direct experience of this report.
It appears that it is caused by a permissions error in Windows Mangement Instrumentation.
One of the solutions is to install SP1, but if I am correct without going back through the thread I seem to remember that you already have that.
It appears that all Microsoft articles on this issue assure persons that the report may be safely ignored.
HOWEVER there have been some instances where this has occurred and developed to result in an increasing number of error logs.
I seem to remember, and again I do not have the time now to read all the thread again, that you had this error reported, before the install on the NEW hard drive.
The definitve opinion - which one presumes must always be Microsoft a\ppears to be either if applicable the SP1 update.
OR if already done thishttp://support.micro....com/kb/2545227
I am sorry that I cannot provide you with a more definite answer.
After all the work YOU have done, with all that has gone before and NOW the new hard drive, I really do wish that I could say what is the EXACT cause and what is the EXACT CORRECT approach.
Unfortunately I cannot.
Perhaps if the link suggestion does not work the next step lies in the Microsoft article - at the Did this Fix the problem
Please do not think that the above line means I am leaving you wkith Microsoft. It does NOT.
I am remaining with you for as long as it takes.
Edited by Macboatmaster, 06 October 2011 - 04:57 PM.