Edit FOUND MY ANSWER BY USER 'SALEM'.
Turns out to be numlock on my laptop ( didn't think I had one since I don't have a NumPad..)
Where I found the answer: Restore keyboard character mapping
I used the Razr Lycossa keyboard for a couple of days and when I UNPLUG the Lycossa keyboard and try to use my laptop's native keyboard the keys are scrambled.
The scrambling is in the - j, k, l, u, i, o keys which become 1, 2 ,3 ,4 ,5 ,6 respectively. I run ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
THIS ONLY happens when Lycossa keyboard isn't plugged in. If I plug it back in the Lycossa keyboard inputs fine and correctly.
Is the Lycossa overriding my settings or something?
I have tried:
sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-data
sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration
and adjusting keyboard layout ( says English in menu and when I preview it looks fine ) and the language ( also English ).
Any ideas? I would like to use my laptop's keyboard only without the external but cannot since I lost function on my JKLUIO keys.
Also, on screen keyboard works fine and I have to use it to login if I don't have the Lycossa to plug in..