It has been a while since I had checked this post. It seems that it should not be resetting data whenever power is lost, it should only do that when it is hard reset. I think it may be a firmware issue but windows for some reason blocks the active sync program from installing because “it decreses system security”, and it seems windows is committed to keeping me from doing what I want.
There is a program called Speedfan, however it often does not detect the fans especially on newer computers, but you can give it a shot if you want. A program that I know will work for sure isHWmonitor, but it can only monitor temps, it cannot control fans as far as I know.
@matttia had mentioned that the drive may be broken. However, you can purchase replacement drives online and you then just need to swap the drive out and it should work again. Out of curiosity, does it even sound like it’s trying to read the disc, like can you hear the disc spinning and all that?
Are there any check engine lights? Even if there’s no light, try running an OBD scan to see if there are any errors. I think some car shops will scan it for free, but don’t quote me on it. Also, I did some research, and one other possible problem is your fuel pump/fuel pump relay could have failed, therefore the engine is not getting fuel and will not start. Let me know what you find!
Have you tried taking a look on ebay? If all else fails, you could try buying a for parts not working item. Also, is your device still under warranty? It is possible you may be able to replace the entire unit in the event that it cannot be repaired.