This is a result of leftover Asus software from the imageused on the units. It doesn’t mean anything is wrong or defective, but it canbe annoying as it usually shows up on startup every single time. In order toget rid of this you can go into Windows Task Scheduler and disable theLoading.exe entry.
A more permanent solution would be to delete the strayfolder and file. Navigate to the C:\Windows\Temp\ directory and delete the“instv2load” folder, then reboot. If deleting the “instv2load” folder doesn’twork, open Task Manager and kill the “Loading.exe” process, then try again.