I've found a very old laptop in my house (probably 14 years). I remember the screen was damaged because of pressure on the upper right corner. Something came between the lid and the base of the laptop and when the lid was closed, it continuously exerciced pressure on the screen, thus resulting in an inactive black spot. But the curious part is that there appeared 4 other, smaller spots, on the other part of the screen. I'm very sure that there hasn't been pressure on that part, though.
So, why did these 4 other spots appear? Are the pixels somehow in connection, thus causing the pixels in the other spots to stop working? And are this pixels dead or stuck? Important to note is the fact that you can actually see the groups of dead pixels even when the screen is turned off. I'm not necessarily wanting to repair the screen, I'm just curious about why this happened, even though I would like to try to repair it if there was a method.
As you can see, the're 5 black, inactive spots in total. The one in the right is where the pressure was accidentally applied. The other ones in the left are probably caused by the spot in the right. As you can see, I've already tried JScreenFix, but with no success.