You have saved your document as a template. What happens if you save it as an InDesign document and export it from that?
You state "saved" but presumably you exported the doc.
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maybe the best way to go about this is the "Divide & Conquer" method: try to export one half of the document.
If that goes well try the other half and devide that. Until you hopefully reach the page that is giving you trouble. Then inspect all the objects on that page until you found the one that is forcing the crash. This assumes, that only one object is the culprit.
Another route would be an alternative method to export to PDF without using the background process.
Hope, that helps.
- What OS are you using?
- What ID version do you have?
- What is the content of your document? What kind of images do you use?
- How are the images linked? Or embedded?
- If they are embedded, are the images local or on a server?
- Does it help, if you first package your INDD and then create a PDF?
- What PDF settings do you use?
- Do you see any information what is happening before the crash?