If you find yourself stuck and unable to delete a folder, you'll probably have Googled for suggestions which would suggest you find the short name (or 8.3 name) for the folder. This can work, unless the file somehow does not have a short name associated with it. Here is how I was able to fix this problem by giving the folder a new short name.
1.) Identify the directory you want to delete that does not have a short name. (example: G:\BrokenFolder)
2.) Open a command prompt WITH administrative privileges (right click and open as Administrator)
3.) Change the directory for the command window to the parent directory of the offending folder (example: CD /d G:\)
4.) Type this into the command window
fsutil behavior set disable8dot3 0
5.) Type the following command with applicable information
fsutil file setshortname <PathName> <shortname>
6.) Your folder should now have the short name you set (Example brok~). I was able to just right click the folder and delete it. Alternatively you should be able to see the folders short name in your command window and use the commands to delete the folder.
Deleting a folder with command prompts:
1.) Change your focus to the parent directory the offending folder resides in it you haven't already
CD /d G:\
3.) To delete a directory type
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