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The failure is due to the vram on the mlb (systemboard). Good news is this is a common failure for the Intel's and is readily fixed, prob is the vram and nVidia chip need to be reflowed using a BGA machine (about the price of a Lexus).
Without a viable repair option, you'll need to replace the mlb. Part# located in the memory bay (middle cover underneath the laptop), and expect to pay upwards of $450 from HP for just the part. *** BEWARE getting this part from a 3rd-party vendor, as they may NOT have reflowed the chips and have the issue resolved