This is because the system is optimizing itself and cleaning unnecessary language packs. This issue usually happens during the early time of use. Since MSI HDI has multiple language packs for users, if the OS is idling for some time (default 10 minutes), it will automatically begin cleaning those unnecessary language packs.
You can check these settings by the following steps:
1. Open "Control Panel".
2. Open "Administrative Tools".
3. Open "Task Scheduler".
4. Select "Task Scheduler (Local) ' Task Scheduler Library ' Microsoft ' Windows ' MUI" folders in the left window.
5. Double-click "LPRemove" in the top window to open its properties.
6. Check "Actions" or "Conditions" tabs and make those settings you want.
Unfortunately, this waiting is normal and necessary for optimization, and it's similar to the process of hotfixes are being installed, it needs time to optimize system.
If you want to remove those language packs manually, please follow these steps:
1. Press "Windows+R" keys and type the command "lpksetup" to open the language pack setup wizard.
2. Select "Uninstall display languages".
3. Select those languages you don't want.
4. The languages will be removed and the system will restart and begin optimization for a while.
We've measured that if we removed five languages, it would take about 10 minutes to wait during the rebooting.
So if you really want to remove them manually, suggest you do this overnight.