I see you have SMbus issue; this is reported at this URL:
Try installing Chipset Software Installation Utility manually, see installation instructions here:
I know I am replying to an old thread - but I have the answer and resolved this error, and since this message comes up first n search results, have registered to help someone else as this took an extra 12 hours and a lot of technical insight to resolve.
My original issue was that iTunes didnt reinstall. generating this error that said I am trying to access an unavailable network resource and to browse to find itunes64setup (again)
that led me to completely uninstall apple products and reinstall per their instruction and fixed the issue with iTunes. see Remove and reinstall iTunes and related software components for Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 - Apple Support
The SAME error happened not just updating itunes, but uninstalling it from my Windows 7 SP1 system...so I went to microsoft Fixit and attempted to correct and it properly uninstalled iTunes.
Now for the intel chipset issue...my new Iphone wasn't recognizing, and there was an error with installing the device drivers for my new iphone. Manual applications didn't work, even though a generic device showed in control panel - device manager
Per another blog answer - I tried to remove and reinstall my USB controller or update the drivers (I have an Alienware M15 laptop - a few years old.) I discovered that the USB host controller - an Intel(R) 5 Series / 3400 Series Chipset family USB Enhanced Host controller - (port) was not covered by current Intel chipset programs which are Series 6 and later, but did have an update (8/20/2009 v18.104.22.1680) that supported USB 2.0 (and therefore 3.0 backwards compatibility which as an issue with my new iPhone and some USB thumb drives.) To find this I had to look at the Support - Downloads and Drivers - browse for drivers and somewhere found an option to look for older no longer supported drivers. I found infinst_autol.exe for my case.
Once downloaded I tried to install and failed. Found the log in C:\Intel\Logs and contains:
Driver = C:\Users\DAVIDS~1\AppData\Local\Temp\IPMx7\WIN7\ibexusb.inf
INF = C:\Users\DAVIDS~1\AppData\Local\Temp\IPMx7\WIN7\ibexusb.inf
Installed INF =
Previous driver package =
! Warning 0xE0000235: DriverPackageGetPath failed.
Difx = 64 bit
Execute command: C:\Users\DAVIDS~1\AppData\Local\Temp\IPMx7\x64\Difx64.exe -DriverInf "C:\Users\DAVIDS~1\AppData\Local\Temp\IPMx7\WIN7\ibexusb.inf" -Flags 20 -KeyPath "Software\Intel\Difx64"
!!! ERROR 0xE0000246: DriverPackageInstall generated an unexpected error
Which led me here. This turned out to be an error for two reasons. First, after manually running the command in an "run as administrator" window (same error result), thinking it related to my anti-virus (turned off), and from another blog granting my user administrative rights to files in an install folder and trying to reintsall inf files and drivers from C:\Windows\winsxs vs my copied infinst_autol.exe expansion (as found from log in C:\Users\David Samuels\AppData\Local\Temp\IPMx7\WIN7 folder).....that there was an easier solution as the reason this error actually happens is a permissions problem.
To access the proper windows system folders - you have to be TrustedInstaller service - not just in the administrator group...or you have to be the actual "Administrator" account. To become actual administrator on your own laptop, Open a command window "run CMD.exe as administrator", the execute command
> net user administrator /active:yes
This creates a local PC Administrator account with no password. Coincidentally it has proper permissions to windows directories for installing drivers. Log in as this user, go to device manager and update the USB hub and any other drivers. if updating the USB root - it doesn't replace it right away as the system cant disable the in memory running driver - you have to update, then restart the system, log in as administrator and repeat at the next lower layer with issues.
Once completed - log in as yourself again and disable the administrator account n a command window with > net user administrator /active:no
This in my case enabled all my USB 2.0 and 3.0 devices and everything works properly again - I hope this helps many of you to resolve your own issues that were difficult to find and resolve.