OK, if that is your world view, I'm not going to argue with you. But yes, the information is lost, the processing is lost and the computer (or brain) does not work as a computer (or mind) if it is turned off.
Of course the information isn't lost, it's stored on the hard drive. A computer has RAM (short term memory), ROM (long term memory) and is power by electrical impulses. Once those electrical impulses stop there's nothing analogous to a consciousness to go anywhere else or simply cease so what point are you actually trying to make?
Do you really think consciousness exists in some place that is separate from the physical brain?
Mechanical processes of the brain, the subjective experience of consciousness. Do you honestly not see how separated those two things really are as concepts?
Science assumes that the first is fundamental and that it leads to the second but this is obviously absurd. Physical reality is only known through conscious perception, without that the universe has none of the properties that we perceive because they'd be no perceiver.
BTW: Thankyou for being so polite and respectful... It's big of you... It's a very mature attitude to have.. Makes me think you are a mature and respectful and considerate person.... /S
Thank you for trying to show that consciousness is somehow caused by the physical processes of the brain by using the example of a computer that stores its information when the physical processes stop and does even have consciousness to begin with. Arguments like that really give me an incentive to write polite and respectful counterarguments.