It appears to be a front-end issue. Log out of iTunes and/or reboot your system. It fixed mine. There is nothing wrong with your computer, just the front-end PHP that’s not reading your sys data correctly at-present.
…you know what bugs the shit out of me though how big “software” companies stifle simple bug reports, not intended to bash the company, spam it or even suggest that they did anything wrong, but to help users experiencing the same problem establish a work around that will keep people ON THEIR SERVERS (= >$++ for them) while they scramble to fix the problem.
So I’m calling shenanigans on that…as for Amazon…frequently when I buy new digital multimedia content…the screen goes all blk or all all white on me the 1st time I try to play it. Below is my hacky artistic, mouse-made rendition of what that looks like …with the addition of my snide comment…below: a sponsored link. thanks for reading! lots of new, tech-news and music mayhem coming at your 12 asap—Tapper.