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The easiest thing to do would be to go into Windows and change E: to G:
But if you want to change G: to E: inside of LR, instructions are in this document, see in particular Figure 4 and associated text
Thanks for the suggestions.
I would prefer to not rename it in Windows and start getting all mixed up on what drives have stuff where.
I read the article you linked, but I didn't see anything in it that help with me with renaming a drive inside LR. I see lots about selecting a folder within in a drive and going to "Find missing folder" or "Update folder location" but neither of those help me tell LR that the top level G: should be E:. It's not a folder I want, it's the top most level drive I want LR to realize is wrong and point to the proper E: drive. It would be like, in the photos in the article you provided, telling LR that the hard drive it thinks is "Mac Pro HD3" should really be "Mac Pro HD4". How do I do that?
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Aren't your photos in a subfolders under a high level parent folder, for example, E:\My Photos (or whatever the name is that you chose)?
So in Lightroom, you go to G:\My Photos and right-click and then Find Missing Folder and point to E:\My Photos