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I think calibrating the gamepad on your PC is not going to fix this because it sounds like a hardware problem. You might try taking it apart, cleaning under the sticks and putting it back together. Just be careful to put it all back together the way it was. Besides, if the software that the gamepad came with does not have a calibrating option it will be hard to find one.
So you mean the Dual action is supported by default in Oblivion? Or did you set up commands using a profiler software? I am familiar with Logitech Game Profiler so I will tell you what you need to in it.
Left click on "Right Stick X-axis" -> Axis Properties -> At the bottom, "Right Stick X-Axis mapped to", choose Mouse X-Axis.
I cannot help you with this issue.
I can recommend gettin the Microsoft 360 controller for the PC.
This is great for shooting games on the PC.
I am afraid you will only ever get what you pay for in this world.
Hope this helps.