Yes, this is possible very readily. You can make the keys of the n52 to microsoft's numberic keypad mouse navigation option:
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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.
I've known some controllers have a problem with analog sticks constantly turning left, seems to be a calibration issue with older joypads. Try centering the pad as you switch the console on, and if that doesn't solve it, its new controller time!
Hit the LEFT-side SHIFT-key at least 5 times.
This turns on "STICKY-KEYS" within Windows,
such that touching the CTRL key "sticks" it on,
so that you can use the mouse to select items,
and then touch CTRL once more to "unstick" it.
well there is a few things that could possibly be happening. if it is a touch pad or a wireless mouse something like a cell phone sitting close enough to them could be causing some interference. the second one is that you could possibly have the mouse keys turned on where you can control the mouse with the keyboard.