Normally, type 2 conditional follows syntax: If [simple past clause], [present conditional clause]. For example: If we had high accuracy, we would need a lot of processing power.
But is it possible to use "like" in simple past: If we liked to increase accuracy, we would need more processing power.
I tried to search these kind of expressions (if we liked ... we would ...) in internet, and I noticed that it is very very rare. However, there exist millions of expressions like: If we would like [to do something] we would [do something].
So, it seems like in case of "like" it is preferred to use "would" both in if clause and main clause: If we would like to increase accuracy, we would need more processing power. But this is not according to type 2 conditional, or is it?