You say you had to import all your photos again, but you should not have. It sounds like you did not copy your Lightroom catalog to the new drive, but instead let Lightroom create a brand new one. That is why you lost your edits, because edits are stored in the catalog. If you still have access to the backup, restore the Lightroom catalog and start with that.
The LR Catalog was on the 1 TB drive and when I copied it to the 2TB
drive the Lightroom folder with the catalog was copied to that drive.
When I look at both drives the lightroom folders look the same. When I
did the import I just Added the photos to lightroom which it said I had
to. What do I do to make my catalog work? the drive names happen to be
Do I have do some kind of synchronizing of the catalog?
I can use my old drive which I named Photo-Main Folder (D:) and I have
Photo-Main Folder (X:). X is the new drive and D is the old drive. The
old drive has all the editing and stars and color selections. The old
drive has 10% free. How can I get the new drive (X) to have the the
editing ,stars and Color selections?
What you need to do is let Lightroom know what the new location of the images is. If you reimport them, Lightroom thinks they are new images, so that is not the way. So start with the original catalog again.
Right-click on the top folder of the old disk in the Lightroom folder panel. You'll get a contextual menu. Depending on whether the old drive is connected or not, you will either see a menu 'Update Folder Location', or 'Find Missing Folder'. Choose that and you'll get a standard 'open' dialog box. Use it to navigate to the folder on the new disk and select it. That will 'reconnect' the folder and all its subfolders, so that Lightroom knows its new location. If you have more than one single top folder, you'll have to repeat this for each of them.
I want to thank JohanEI54 for helping me correct my problem. Everything
is working fine. Thanks for the help.