I haven't used IEV in awhile, but if my memmory serves me correctly the installation allows you to install IEV in any directory you want.
So to have the database be on another driver you could have changed the installation location from the C: drive to your other drive.
If you needed to keep your current events and configuration you could have tried copying them from the C: drive into a temporary folder.
Then uninstall IEV and install it to the new location. Then try copying the files into the newly installed location. This way the installation mechanism itself would have taken care of making sure everything was pointing to the new location for you. (NOTE: I haven't specifically tried this, so it would be a try at your own risk method.)
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