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Premiere sequence won't export

An "unknown error" occurs when I try to export my sequence through Media Encoder. I've tried removing empty frames, changing the resolution and format, everything! I have an HP laptop, and the footage in the sequence is in .mp4 format, and when it tries to export, in the preview screen most of the frames are green. Then, sometime while exporting, the "status" icon changes to the error icon. The error log reads "Encoding Failed. Unable to compile movie. unknown error."

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