Well, well, grego,
as Stan used to say to Ollie, "you/ve really messed things up now." And of course, Ollie was not the reason things were messed up. It was circumstance and innocent mistakes. Not that you have made any...but it may be the only thing to do is start over and uninstall and re-install the wheel and pedals. (Not a big deal...maybe twenty minutes labor). Back in the day, (before I was aware of GPL forums), I would go through days trying to figure out why I was the only one in the world who could screw things up so bad.
First, try re-setting the wheel and pedals in GPL/options/controls. Redo "set controls," then calibrate. Then you might try setting up a new Logitech Profiler game configuration file, just don't use the old one as a basis. And sometimes, just restarting your computer fixes things like this. And if you are using GEM, try going outside by opening GPL directly by clicking through SIERRA/gpl/gpl.exe, (rather than gplc). Ninety degree rotation in one direction, gears messed up, axis properties messed up...too many things wrong, right? Really, my only 100 accurate advice is fumble around until it works. And when I say fumble, I mean it in the most technically sophisticated way.
This is one good reason to have more than one GPL install, so you can verify where a problem is for sure...is it outside a GPL install or inside.
Sorry I can't offer more help. Good luck, though.
Edited by John Woods, Apr 24 2010 - 05:38 PM.