I'm going to assume that your network card was in the laptop when VL was being installed, since you didn't specify this. (I realize I'm picking on a small detail, but it's a very important one for troubleshooting purposes on our end to refine our installation routines.) ;-)
From the output of lsmod, it seems as though your card is being detected by the kernel, since it uses the pcnet_cs driver and since pcnet_cs is listed among the modules being loaded.
It also appears that whatever network interface (eth0, eth1, etc) that your card is supposed to use isn't being set up at startup of your computer under VL. The next step is to list the contents of /etc/modprobe.conf vis-a-vis your network card and post them here. The easiest way to extract that information is to type the following in a terminal:
cat /etc/modprobe.conf | grep pcnet_cs
The "cat" command lists the text of the file, and the piping of the output to the "grep" command will display only those lines that have pcnet_cs in them. If you don't see any output at all, that means that there is no network interface mapped to your card.
Please post the output of the cat command given above, and we'll be better able to help you from there. Thanks very much.