Find out what your driving steering wheel is, next go to control panel add and remove soft and hardware.
Uninstall the software and drivers first, once done reboot, when windows starts uo again up do a search for new drivers.
Example Microsoft siderwinder force steering wheel windows 7 32bit driver.
Most search engines will lead you to a driver, but make sure it's current and straight from manufacturer and not from somewhere else.
Install wait until finish if it prompts you to plug it in you "DO SO" otherwise reboot the machine one more time.
After that calibrate it to make sure everything feels right and start burning up the tracks again.