While that graphic does reflect the error code in Event Viewer...it doesn't tell us any more about the error.
Event ID 1003 is generic, with interpretation of the ID totally dependent on the error code or error message accompanying.
If you do a Google search using "error code c0000145" as the search string, you get Google List, C000000145
Nothing definitive, lots of speculation...take a look for yourself.
C000000145 is not a standard STOP error, it's something unusual that pops up. The standard message associated with it seems to be "the application failed to initialize properly"...which is totally useless without the named application.
I suspect that someone suggested that you run the sfc /scannow command...because they suspected that you have missing or damaged system files, I don't know.
In any case...if your system is functioning properly, there is little point in being concerned about it.
If you had clicked on the Microsoft link which appeared with the error message, they possibly could have provided more info. Since I don't see where you posted that info or graphic...I'm assuming that you did not see if they had additional info about the error notification.