Another user already posted the names, as below...
On mine, i can't remember the exact name as I have now deleted it but I think it was Virus.Win32.Nimnul.a, it also gave a description of what it does, which is that it attaches itself to other files and folders. I use adaware antivirus.
The other user writes...
Win32/Ramnit.J (AhnLab) Virus.Win32.Nimnul.a (Kaspersky) W32/Ramnit.I
(Norman) Win32.Ramnit.Gen.2 (VirusBuster) W32/Ramnit.C (Avira)
Win32.Rmnet.4 (Dr.Web) Virus.Win32.Nimnul (Ikarus) W32/Ramnit.a (McAfee)
Win32.Mgr.a (Rising AV) W32/Ramnit-A (Sophos) PE_RAMNIT.DEN (Trend
Per Microsoft web site:
Virus:Win32/Ramnit.P is the detection for files infected by members
of the Win32/Ramnit malware family. It drops and loads other malware.
It drops a file as mgr.exe, which may be detected as Trojan:Win32/Ramnit.A.
The malware launches the dropped file immediately and transfers execution of the infected file to the original code.
.98 really has no reason to download anyway as they removed the magnetism calibration and have not added back in .98 and i notice you say you had bad drift on .97 so it would be the same I imagine.