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I'm not sure which version of windows your using and I can't say for sure on version above Windows XP. You should be able to go to "Add & Remove Programs", sellect "Add & Remove Windows Components". Remove the drivers for the joysticks, reboot your machine then using the same process add the drivers again. This should reinstall the drivers without having to fully reinstall windows.
If this doesn't work, again depending on your version of Windows you should be able to do a "Repair" install instead of a "Full" install this way you won't loose everything. For full details on how to do this go to microsoft.com and search their knowledge base for "Windows install options" or "Windows repair"
If it's anything like an authentic joystick control, there may be a switch where your fingers rest which must be gripped/engaged in order to achieve movement, but i've never actually seen this controller so I can't be certain.