Windows 8 Pro simplified Chinese Language Pack installation issue

Hello

Accidentally, I rebooted my computer when it is in the middle of the download/install language Pack Chinese simplified.  Now I have a problem installing this language.  Pack of traditional Chinese language installed correctly, but every time I tried to install the simplified Chinese Language Pack, WIndows skip download and goes directly to the stage of installation and after a few minutes, said "failed".  I think I've damaged the download.  How to remove downloaded files and have windows download files when I do an installation?
Anyone know where Windows 8 stores the downloaded language pack files?
Thank you
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