#1
My E string is very close to the fretboard, and it cant play it without it making a loud noise against the magnetic pickups, How do I raise the string?
#2
The way to raise the string is by adjusting your action. It's a pretty basic process.

1. You'll need a small allen wrench. I'm not sure of the exact measurements, maybe 1/16 or 1/32 or an inch. One probably came with your guitar. Here's a picture (sorry about the size of these pictures, my image editor isn't working):

http://www.maj.com/gallery/silverscythe/CrazyArt/action_adjustment_001.jpg

2. At the bridge, there should be 4 string carriages. On the top of each string carriage, there are two holes. You're going to want to adjust the two bolts for the E string. Stick the allen wrench into the first carriage hole, and turn it clockwise, slightly, until you can see the carriage rise.

Picture: http://www.maj.com/gallery/silverscythe/CrazyArt/action_adjustment_002.jpg

3. Now it's time to adjust the second bolt for the E string carriage. You're going to want to do the exact same thing. Turn it clockwise, until the carriage is level. (So, if you turned the first bolt two full turns, you'll want to do the same with the second bolt.)

Picture: http://www.maj.com/gallery/silverscythe/CrazyArt/action_adjustment_003.jpg

4. Tune your guitar. The E string should be sharp, because you just raised the carriage and thus increased the tension. Once it's in tune, play the E string and see if the action is better.

5. If the string still buzzes, repeat step 2 and 3 (make sure you're doing gradual adjustments).

Good luck, and I hope this helps.