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Okay, first off, I would suggest making a backup of your iTunes folder on the backup drive because if the process is done incorrectly, you may lose the whole music library.
After that is complete, we can continue. Basically, you will be creating a new folder on the drive, in iTunes, choose to move the iTunes music folder to that new folder, close iTunes, and then rename the new folder to something else, and rename the current folder with your music to what the new folder was named before you changed it. After that is complete, re-open iTunes and check if all is well.