"Not enough memory available" error message when accessing Shopping Cart

Can someone please help, as iTunes and Apple support can offer none at all. When I try to purchase songs or albums, or subscribe to podcasts, I get an error message that reads: "We could not complete your iTunes store request. There is not enough memory available. There was an error in the iTunes store. Please try again later."
This has been going on for days. I've switched to 1-click shopping, uninstalled and reinstalled iTunes, turned the machine on and off, and still get nothing. There is plenty of hard drive space, and have tons of free RAM.
Any ideas?

I just noticed all three of us have a Dell computer....did either of you recently update your BIOS? I did and just after is when I noticed the problem with iTunes that we're all having. I realize it could be just coincidence, but I can't think of anything else that changed that may have caused this problem. I was considering reverting to the old BIOS, but have done some research (mainly on forums) and don't see any mention elsewhere of this, although alot of people mentioned going back to the old BIOS for other reasons. If I can't find anything else in a day or two, I'm going to uninstall and re-install itunes. I'll report back if this helps or does nothing.

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