Same problem. No solution. I browsed the topic under the more generic pi duckduckgo ( search engine ) browse, and found some discussion of it being a possibility of a ground problem on the cable, that the grounds are connected to the shield, and thus, only if the shield ground is respected on both sides, will the HDMI to DVI cable work properly, but I have not tested this. They also said that if you connect the RCA output to a monitor, the dvi to HDMI connection will light up, likely due to the grounding issue, but I have not tested this either.|
It would be nice to be able to get the hdmi output to work with DVI enabled monitors, like my HP 2009 monitor.
If anyone has any ideas or something helpful to contribute, I would be thrilled with a workaround/fix.