|Try running it from an HTML file made in NotePad. Save it with a .htm extension. then put it in the same folder as the .swf file. Example:|
<body bgcolor="#ffffff" topmargin="40" leftmargin="0">
<embed src="filename.swf" quality=high
type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="800" height="600"></embed></object>
The figures for margins and width/height might require some expermentation. For now just try it as above substituting your file name for "filename.swf". I think some websites have now prevented access by other means but in the past I've made quite a few work offline using the above approach.
If double clicking the .htm file brings up the .swf but is unsatisfactory in terms of screen placement, I have a more ambitious one you could try. Don't ask me to explain HTML - I just made it work with inspired guess work and experimentation.
some other bloke...